Zoology Questions and Answers – Part4

This is the Part 4 general knowledge questions and answers section on “Zoology” with explanation for various interview, competitive examination and entrance test. Solved examples with detailed answer description, explanation are given and it would be easy to understand. 

31. Which animal live in hot region?
Camels, lizards, scorpian, centipedes, millipedes, spiders, snakes, goats etc.

32.Whcih animal is a glutton?
It is the alternative name for an animal called the wolverence.

33. What is Viviparous animal?
A Viviparous animal is one that gives birth to young birth.

34. What helps bat in flying?
while flying, the bat produces high frequency sound waves (about 1,00,000 hertz) from its mouth which are ultra sonic waves. This sound helps the bat in flying.

35. What is a flying fox?
A flying fox is a kind of bat, whose head and face are like those of a fox. It has well developed eyes and can find its way by sight without the help of sound waves.

36. What is a flying squirrel?
It is a squirrel which can fly having parachute-like membranes connected to each side of its fore and hind limps. It usually sleeps during the day time,

37. Which is the animal which never drink water?
It is known as kangaroo rat. It manages to get on by the small amounts that are released as a a by product of digestion.

38. Which is the largest marsupial?
The largest of all marsupials is the red kangaroo (Macrpus rufus).

39. Which is the smallest marsupial?
The smallest Marsupial is the very rare Ingram’s planigab(planigabingrami), a flat-skulled mouse.

40. Which is the rarest marsupial?
The rarest marsupial is probably the thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), also known as the “Tasmanian wolf”.

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