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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What was one of the last major first contacts?
(a) Richard Archbold's first expedition to New Guinea.
(b) Richard Archbold's third expedition to the Canary Islands.
(c) Richard Archbold's first expedition to the Canary Islands.
(d) Richard Archbold's third expedition to New Guinea.

2. What are these risks?
(a) Nuclear holocaust and environmental holocaust.
(b) Nuclear holocaust, environmental holocaust, personal holocaust, and planetary holocaust.
(c) Nuclear holocaust.
(d) Nuclear holocaus, environmental holocaust, and planetary holocaust.

3. One percent of North American birds have become extinct since what year?
(a) 1500.
(b) 1700.
(c) 1800.
(d) 1600.

4. What does he conclude by noting?
(a) Nuclear holocaust is possible and that environmental holocaust is not only probable, but already underway.
(b) The earth will continue on as it has, because humans are not that powerful.
(c) Neither nuclear holocaust or an environmental holocaust will occur.
(d) Only an environmental holocaust is likely.

5. What does the author note about studies done on woodpeckers?
(a) Woodpecker traits are only found in other bird species.
(b) Woodpecker traits are found only slightly in other bird species and yet all of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution.
(c) Woodpecker traits are found plentifully in other bird species and most of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution
(d) Woodpecker traits are found plentifully in other bird species and yet all of the traits necessary to be a woodpecker have come together only once during evolution.

6. What is the term for the extinction of these animals due to hunting?
(a) An environmental blizzard.
(b) An herbocide.
(c) An environmental genocide.
(d) An environmental blitzkrieg.

7. What took place during this same time?
(a) 10 percent of North American and and 100 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(b) 73 percent of North American and and 80 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(c) 67 percent of North American and and 50 percent of South American large animals went extinct.
(d) 16 percent of North American and and 20 percent of South American large animals went extinct.

8. What languages dominate the world?
(a) Indo-European derived languages.
(b) European derived languages.
(c) Asian derived languages.
(d) Indonesian derived languages.

9. Several languages are all derived from a common root language, which is generally referred to as what?
(a) PA.
(b) PI.
(c) PIE.
(d) PE.

10. What enabled Europeans to pursue their conquests?
(a) They had more people than the native people.
(b) They carried social diseases, had better technology, used advanced writing, and featured large-scale political organizations.
(c) They had a better understanding about the natural world around them.
(d) They were more powerful and more intelligent.

11. By what are first contacts usually characterized?
(a) Dryness and irritation.
(b) Violence and misunderstanding.
(c) Large meals.
(d) Uncertainty and friendship.

12. What is used to corroborate the evidence?
(a) One data source.
(b) No data sources.
(c) Numerous data sources.
(d) A few data sources.

13. Why is this gazelle behavior considered dangerous?
(a) Sometimes the lion pursues the stotting gazelle.
(b) Sometimes the lion pursues the stopping gazelle.
(c) Sometimes the lion pursues the trotting gazelle.
(d) Sometimes the lion pursues the stalking gazelle.

14. How many main motivating rationales does the text propose for the cause of genocide?
(a) Four.
(b) One.
(c) Eight.
(d) Two.

15. How do many imagine that humans lived during certain periods of time?
(a) They were less in tune with nature but behaved with high moral and ethical standards.
(b) They were less in tune with nature and behaved with low moral and ethical standards.
(c) They were more in tune with nature and behaved with high moral and ethical standards.
(d) They were more in tune with nature and behaved with low moral but ethical standards.

Short Answer Questions

1. Are smoking, drinking, and drug use universal human traits?

2. In what did this population explosion and its enabler result?

3. What was a nickname for these type of people in the civilizations?

4. What else does he do in the Epilogue?

5. The first human settlers of New Zealand hunted local large fauna to extinction within how many years?

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