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Ted Andrews
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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Before you can begin a rite, you will want to learn about your animal, then determine the __________ of the ritual or meditation.
(a) Purpose.
(b) Colors.
(c) Statues.
(d) Feathers.

2. What was the author amazed the truck driver was able to avoid hitting in the road, though other drivers kept going?
(a) Ducks.
(b) Squirrels.
(c) Turtles.
(d) Possums.

3. The massive head of the buffalo can be a symbol that one must combine efforts with the ______________.
(a) Divine.
(b) Truth.
(c) Hunters.
(d) Forests.

4. The pronghorn is the only ____________ native to North America, according to this book.
(a) Elk.
(b) Bear.
(c) Deer.
(d) Antelope.

5. In the Greek tradition, the woodpecker occupied the throne of ___________, considered sacred to this god of thunder.
(a) Hermes.
(b) Hera.
(c) Apollo.
(d) Zeus.

Short Answer Questions

1. The sense of __________ is a strong stimulant to the sex drive, especially in armadillos, but in all species.

2. Because of their system of communication, gulls are good teachers of how to talk with and to read _____________.

3. The author also suggests a person create a __________, with pictures and descriptions of the animal surrounding a picture of the person.

4. Female bears give birth during __________, with usually two to three cubs being born at a time.

5. Some people use ___________ to help them perform animal rites, without causing unnecessary harm.

Short Essay Questions

1. What are turkey vultures easily mistaken for when they are looked at by those who are not familiar with them?

2. What are some of the qualities of the duck that Andrews shares with the reader?

3. What is one of the reasons why turkey vultures seem to have such odd heads?

4. What might happen when a person chooses a wilder totem rather than a tamer totem animal?

5. What does Andrews say is the 'keynote' for the grackle bird when he describes it in this book?

6. What happens as a result of the bobcat's accurate sensors about energy and other people?

7. Are cats considered to be high maintenance, according to the author's description of house cats?

8. What does Andrews describe as the cycle of power of an animal? What does he indicate this to mean?

9. What does Andrews say one should do if he has a serious mouse problem at his house?

10. What does Andrews say is the uncanny ability of the bobcat as an animal totem?

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