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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. Twig Technology declared that there are less than ________ Northern White rhinos left, and there's a desperate battle going on to save them from the poachers.
2. The Virunga Volcanoes border the following countries except for which one?
3. According to Mark Carwardine, there are only _______ Kakapos still alive.
4. Twig Technology says that the Kakapo lives in what country?
(a) New Amsterdam.
(b) New Finland.
(c) New Guinea.
(d) New Zealand.
5. Who was the photographer on the plane with Adams in Twig Technology?
(a) Chris Muir.
(b) Don Merton.
(c) Alain le Garsmeur.
(d) Condo Subagyo.
Short Answer Questions
1. Douglas Adams expressed that when people talk of "darkest Africa," it's usually ________ they have in mind.
2. What is the name of the tiny, idyllic, rain-forest island just off the northeast coast of Madagascar?
3. What animal is the world's largest, fattest, and least able-to-fly parrot?
4. What does DOC stand for as it relates to the chapter, Heartbeats in the Night?
5. In what decade did Madagascar manage to divest themselves from French rule?
Short Essay Questions
1. What extraordinary thing happened to both Adams and Carwardine in Twig Technology?
2. Analyze the title of Heartbeats in the Night.
3. Explain the significance of "darkest Africa," as seen in the chapter Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat.
4. Describe the Komodo dragons found in chapter Here Be Chickens.
5. What confession does Adams make in Heartbeats in the Night?
6. Are Komodo dragons man-eaters? Explain.
7. What is one of the more dangerous animals in Africa, according to Adams? Explain.
8. Analyze and discuss the Great Apes found in the chapter Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat.
9. Analyze the Northern White rhinoceros of Czechoslovakia.
10. What is the significance of the lack of woodpeckers in Madagascar?
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