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Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do they feel is the major difference between the two birds?
(a) They live on different continents.
(b) They are different sizes.
(c) There are different degrees of self-respect.
(d) They are in different color families.
2. While trying to think of a specific type of duck at the zoo, what word does Emil mistakenly use?
3. Despite differing opinions on many issues, what can George and Emil always agree on?
(a) They always agree on the significance of the Park.
(b) They always agree on historical facts.
(c) They always agree on the hunting law in the US.
(d) They always agree on the importance of the ducks.
4. Why couldn't the zoo keep the Giant Panda?
(a) It was too expensive to feed.
(b) It was extremely aggressive.
(c) The panda was on loan from another zoo.
(d) The panda was determined to escape.
5. What group of people does George say are modeled after animals?
(a) The Japanese.
(b) The French.
(c) The Canadians.
(d) The Brazilians.
Short Answer Questions
1. What imaginary line do Emil and George dream of flying over as ducks?
2. Of what quality is the boat?
3. What area does Emil describe in poetic detail to George?
4. George claims the balance of nature is dependent upon what?
5. According to George and Emil, what has a purpose?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do George and Emil support spending money on wildlife?
2. What occurrences are part of George and Emil's belief that everything has a purpose?
3. What do George and Emil worry about for a duck in flight?
4. What are some of the items the men claim are needed to hunt a duck?
5. What does Emil predict with happen in the future with disposing of leaves?
6. Where do Emil and George go to converse, and why?
7. What advantages do ducks have that Blue Herons do not?
8. What do George and Emil think about hunting ducks and stuffing them?
9. What has George read about the Stratosphere?
10. What other societies does George claim have been modeled after ducks?
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