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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. The author also suggests a person create a __________, with pictures and descriptions of the animal surrounding a picture of the person.
2. The massive head of the buffalo can be a symbol that one must combine efforts with the ______________.
3. The vulture can ________ for hours without flapping its wings, allowing it to be a patient hunter.
4. The author points out that in relation to the grackle, its color, _________, is the color of the inner and the feminine.
5. What distinguishes mammals from other animals is that mammals ________________ and they give birth to live young.
(a) Eat plants.
(c) Eat eggs.
(d) Breathe air.
Short Answer Questions
1. Unlike most birds whose bones are filled with air, the loon's bones are ___________.
2. In the Native American tradition, the woodpecker is a bird connected with the ___________ of the Earth itself.
3. Native American people thought of bears as ___________ since they are able to walk on two feet.
4. Herons are a part of a group of birds called __________, according to the book.
5. The badger is a _____________ animal, feasting on rabbits, gophers, mice, and squirrels.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the warning that Andrews gives in relation to the idea of calling one's totem animal to himself?
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 does Andrews say is the 'keynote' for the grackle bird when he describes it in this book?
5. What does Andrews say one should do if he has a serious mouse problem at his house?
6. What will help a person begin to see the differences between different species of birds?
7. While some might call domestic horses 'broken,' what is the other explanation that some have for these horses?
8. What does Andrews say is very helpful when it comes to establishing a relationship with a totem animal?
9. What are turkey vultures easily mistaken for when they are looked at by those who are not familiar with them?
10. What happens during the house cat's cycle of power, according to the author?
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