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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. Douglas Adams informs the reader that every other shop in Zaire is a ________.
(a) Grocery store.
(b) Gas station.
2. Douglas Adams reveals that the country eventually changed its name from the Belgian Congo to Zaire in what year?
3. According to Adams, what species is one of man's closest living relatives?
(d) Mountain gorilla.
4. Bill Black claims he has flown in Fiordland for ________ years.
5. In the chapter Here Be Chickens, Adam and Carwardine board a boat that was a twenty-three-foot fishing vessel called the ________.
Short Answer Questions
1. The children on Labuan Bajo in chapter Here Be Chickens were playing with a one-legged ________.
2. The first thing Adams and Carwardine saw in the Zaire customs hut was a picture of a ________.
3. All of the following marine creatures are more poisonous than anything on land except for which of the following?
4. A guest house or small hotel in Indonesia is called a ________.
5. Carwardine told Adams before going to bed in the chapter, Leopard-skin Pillbox Hat, to turn his boots upside-down and shake them in the morning for what reason?
Short Essay Questions
1. Analyze the title of Heartbeats in the Night.
2. Describe Kiri and Moose as discussed in the chapter, Here Be Chickens.
3. What extraordinary thing happened to both Adams and Carwardine in Twig Technology?
4. Analyze Don Merton as described by Adams in Heartbeats in the Night.
5. What is one of the more dangerous animals in Africa, according to Adams? Explain.
6. Analyze the Northern White rhinoceros of Czechoslovakia.
7. Describe the Aye-aye discussed in chapter Twig Technology.
8. What peculiar thing happened to Adams in Twig Technology?
9. Describe the Komodo dragons found in chapter Here Be Chickens.
10. What three animals are the most poisonous? Explain.
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