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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which direction does Mike go?
2. How does Mowat make his retreat?
(a) Running full tilt down the hill
(b) Walking backwards up a slope
(c) Canoeing down the river
(d) Swimming across the river
3. His radio message was forwarded to whom?
(a) His professor
(b) His bartender
(c) His pilot
(d) His chief
4. The radio batteries are good for how long?
(a) Six hours
(b) Eight hours
(c) Twelve hours
(d) Twenty hours
5. What does Farley Mowat try to feed the wolves?
(a) Loaves of bread
(b) Cooked steaks
(c) Raw steaks
(a) Bat squeaks
(b) Moose calls
(c) Wolf howls
(d) Goose honks
7. He is directed to survey which species?
(a) Canis nubilis
(b) Canis rufus
(c) Canis familiaris
(d) Canis lupus
8. What language does Mowat hear on his radio?
9. What best describes Mowat's operations order?
10. The Canis Lupis Project is the study of what animal?
(a) Gray Wolves
(c) Grizzly Bears
(d) Red Wolves
11. How often to the wolves mark their territory?
(a) Once a week
(b) Once a day
(c) Once a month
(d) Twice a month
12. What geographical feature does Mowat see through his binoculars?
(a) A giant cliff
(b) A rock cave
(c) A sand esker
(d) A volcanic cone
13. On his second safari, what does Mowat carry?
(a) Extra water
(b) Suntan lotion
(c) Mosquito repellent
14. What does Mowat do when he hears the wolf howl?
(a) He immediately plays
(b) He runs for the cabin
(c) He gets his shotgun out and cocks it
(d) He slides clumsily down the esker
15. Through his binoculars, Mowat sees a moving object that resembles what?
(a) A feather boa
(b) A flag flying
(c) A waving banner
(d) A swaying branch
Short Answer Questions
1. Who introduces Mowat to wolf-juice?
2. Who trips the mouse traps?
3. How heavy can this subspecies of wolf be?
4. What does Mowat observe the wolves doing?
5. What happens to Mike's cabin in the spring?
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