EAP Quiz2

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Endangered Animals:

Endangered Animals Click here to start the quiz

Are Leopards endangered in India?:

Are Leopards endangered in India? Yes No

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Well Done You earned the tip of a nose of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

How much percent of all amphibians are endangered?:

How much percent of all amphibians are endangered? Around 90% Around 50% Around 30% Around 10% Around 70% 0%

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Well Done You have earned the full nose of the unknown endangered animal! Next Question

How can humans help endangered animals?:

How can humans help endangered animals? Be quiet in the forest Conserve animal fur Get less pets Talk to people about it Don ’ t go to the zoo Be more dramatic about it.

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Well Done You have earned the eyes of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

How do animals become endangered?:

How do animals become endangered? By trees getting cut down By mating Because they ’ re too lonely By moving where they live

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Well Done You have earned the ears of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

Why should we save endangered animals?:

Why should we save endangered animals? Because they make the forest pretty Because of the food chain There ’ s no Reason Because if animals Don ’ t eat us, There will be too many people Because Some animals Produce oxygen Because they have the right to live We need their Meat to grow and be healthy

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Well Done You have earned the back of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

What’s a leopards favorite food?:

What ’ s a leopards favorite food? mice birds dogs people Deer Antelope piglet grass fish

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Well Done You have earned a leg of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

How many Amur Leopards were thought to be left in the wild in 2004?:

How many Amur Leopards were thought to be left in the wild in 2004? 30 - 35 Too much Too count 500 – 1,000 0 - 10 70 - 75 20 - 50

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Well Done You have earned the tail of an unknown endangered animal! Next Question

When pandas have twins in the wild, what happens to the twins?:

When pandas have twins in the wild, what happens to the twins? They both survive They both die One dies, One Survives One gets abandoned They both Get abandoned None get abandoned

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Well Done This is the endangered animal you earned. What Do you think it could be? Next slide

It was…:

It was… Next Slide

A Giant Anteater!:

A Giant Anteater!

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