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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. In Chapter 17, where does Tuna's father say that she told him she was?
2. In Chapter 13, what type of snake does Mickey grab for a scene in the show?
(a) Water moccasin.
(b) Eastern garter snake.
(c) Banded water snake.
(d) Florida brown snake.
3. In Chapter 22, what color is the air boat that Wahoo and Tuna find?
(d) Camo colors.
4. How much time does Rave say that Wahoo can have to call his mother in Chapter 14?
(a) 5 minutes.
(b) 20 minutes.
(c) 10 minutes.
(d) 15 minutes.
5. At the end of Chapter 20, who is driving the air boat that Wahoo sees?
(a) Bradley Jumper.
(c) Miccosukee driver.
(d) Tuna's father.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 22, what injury does Jared have after the air boat crashes?
2. In Chapter 15, where is Tuna's mother?
3. How does Tuna get Derek to help bail the air boat in Chapter 23?
4. In Chapter 22, what is the name of the police sergeant who talks to Raven?
5. In Chapter 17, when does Tuna say that she used to watch Derek's show?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 32, what does Mickey try to get Jared to do and how does that work out?
2. In Chapter 21, how does Derek feel after lightening hits his Helmet Cam?
3. What happens when Derek grabs the snake that Mickey caught for him and why?
4. What does Tuna say about Link, the air boat driver, and his sister?
5. In Chapter 16, what do Wahoo and his father think happened to Derek?
6. In Chapter 20, why does Wahoo decide not to try to flag down an air boat that is nearby them?
7. In Chapter 13, who jumps from the helicopter instead of Derek, and what does he look like?
8. In Chapter 21, when does Mickey Cray remember having a gun pointed at him, and what happened?
9. In Chapter 15, how does Susan Cray know that Wahoo will call her?
10. What is told about the Florida mastiff bat in Chapter 15?
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