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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What animal is found in New Guinea and has a long and skeletal thin fourth finger?
(a) The long-fingered possum.
2. In Twig Technology, the narrator states that the Aye-aye is a ________ lemur.
3. What part of Arab's body was the kakapo holding lightly, but firmly in its bill in Heartbeats in the Night?
(a) Right forefinger.
(b) Left earlobe.
(d) Upper lip.
4. Other than Madagascar, where else does the Aye-aye live?
(b) New Zealand.
5. According to Adams, ________ in every five of the gorillas alive in the world's zoos today were originally taken from the wild.
6. In Twig Technology, the narrator details how his airplane, full of ________ descendants arrived at ________ airport.
(a) Monkey / Antananarivo.
(b) Christian / Inagua.
(c) German / Bubaque.
(d) Dutch / Narrabri.
7. In Twig Technology, the narrator states that he flew thirteen hours from ________ to Madagascar.
(d) New Zealand.
8. What was the name of the benign man with the air of a vicar on-board the plane with Adams and Carwardine in the chapter, Heartbeats in the Night?
(a) Carlos Weber.
(b) Don Merton.
(c) Bob Wyatt.
(d) Daniel Torres.
9. Who are the two stereotypically superior, young German tourists in Zaïre who go with Adams and Carwardine on their search for mountain gorillas?
(a) Helmut and Kurt.
(b) Kes and Fraser.
(c) Arab and Zhou.
(d) Murara and Serundori.
10. Mark Carwardine explains that the best way to catch a Komodo dragon is to have a ________ that has been dead for ________ days.
(a) Snake / 7.
(b) Llama / 6.
(c) Camel / 2.
(d) Goat / 3.
11. What term was used Heartbeats of the Night to describe an animal who doesn't like other animals?
(a) Shy creature.
(b) Bashful creature.
(c) Solitary creature.
(d) Lonely creature.
12. According to Dr. Sutherland, the ________ is the fifteenth deadliest snake in the world, and all the other fourteen are in ________.
(a) Northern Rubber Boa / Asia.
(b) Western Cottonmouth / United States.
(c) Tiger Rattlesnake / Africa.
(d) Indian Cobra / Australia.
13. In Here Be Chickens, room service told Adams and Carwardine that the ________ would be a handy thing to have when looking for man-eating lizards.
(b) Pepper spray.
(c) Bow and arrow.
(d) Cricket bat.
14. What is the name of the tiny, idyllic, rain-forest island just off the northeast coast of Madagascar?
(c) Nosy Mangabe.
15. What guide did Adams and Carwardine expect to have in the chapter Here Be Chickens?
(a) Bill Black.
(c) Mr. Condo.
(d) Gary "Arab" Aburn.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the nearly extinct form of lemur called that Mark and Douglas went to search for in Twig Technology?
2. Mark Carwardine said in Twig Technology that the Ambassador in ________ promised that the Ministry of Agriculture would be able to give them two Land Rovers and a helicopter.
3. Twig Technology says that the Kakapo lives in what country?
4. What is the name of Arab's specially-trained and muzzled dog?
5. In what town did Adams and Carwardine discover that even when making internal flights in Zaire, you still had to go through the full rigmarole of immigration and customs controls all over again?
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