True or False: Animal Edition!

  Are we falsifying our information, or are we honest with you? Up to you to find out as you crack your way through our challenging True or False: Animal Edition quiz! Do you know enough about animals to pass with flying colors?
 
 
A grisly bear has a bite so powerful it can crush a bowling ball.
True
False
Inklein
 
 
Marmots communicate with each other by kissing.
It looks like this.
False
True
 
 
A giraffe has 47 neck vertebrae
Like most mammals, it only has 7
True
False
 
 
Certain hedgehogs can become a flexible ball because they don't have bones
Some hedgehogs can do it due to a ring-like muscle, but they all have bones.
False
True
 
 
The common dolphin was frequently featured in ancient Greek and Roman writings.
True
False
 
 
All ladybirds have the exact same number of dots on their wings.
The wings have 8 dots, 4 for each wing.
True
False
 
 
Ring-Tailed lemurs are ruled by 1-3 prominent males.
Like many other kinds of lemurs, they are in fact ruled by a female.
False
True
 
 
Starfish do not have a brain.
They have no brain nor blood!
True
False
 
 
The longest a red kangaroo has jumped was 16 feet (4 meters).
Kangaroo males can cover up to 30 feet (9 meters) in a single leap!
False
True
 
 
Adult male gorillas have a silver stain on their neck
True
False
 
 
Alligators don't eat during winter
When it gets cold in the winter, alligators slow down. Below 70 degrees F or so they stop feeding, and when it gets much colder, alligators dig out a den in the bank of a pond or river and go dormant until it warms up again. Alligators can even survive freezing conditions.
True
False
 
 
Comodo Dragons are imposing, but they are actually vegetarians
The Comodo dragon is a fierce predator that can capture and eat animals much larger than it
False
True
 
 
Unlike the common misconception, cuckoo birds are excellent parents and stay on their eggs for the entire duration.
They do not. They, like the stories say, put their eggs in other birds' nests so they can grow up and take over the nest.
True
False
Rick J. Pelleg
 
 
Dolphins communicate mainly via touch and chemical smells
Actually, dolphins mainly communicate audibly, with clicks and whistles.
True
False
 
 
Ostriches sometimes swallow rocks to aid with their digestion.
True
False
 
You Might Want to Try Again
So you did kind of fail this quiz, but let's face it - most do! It's filled with rare animal facts and tidbits you may not have heard, so we really can't fault you for that. On the bright side - you just learned a lot of cool facts about the animal world!
 
Good Work!
You got a good amount of questions right, which means you definitely know more than most people about animals - since most of these are rare facts indeed - and have a good intellectual curiosity regarding the animal world. You probably love animals and the natural world in general.
 
King of the Jungle!
How did you get so many of these rare facts right? We're astounded. We didn't even think anyone would get here. What can we say? You have beat our quiz, you have beat us, you're a winner and have an incredible treasure trove of knowledge about nature. Amazing.
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