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The Australian Open, held in January every year, is one of the world’s major tennis championships. Test your knowledge about this Grand Slam tournament.
Portrait of Anne Boleyn (Queen of England), oil on panel by an unknown English artist, late 16th century, based on a work c. 1533-36; in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London. (54.30 x 41.60 cm. )
Not-So-Common Knowledge
It is well known that Mount Everest at about 8,850 meters is the world’s highest mountain, but did you know that K2 at about 8,611 meters is the world’s second highest peak? Test yourself to see how many…
Green Tennis Ball on a tennis court
Plastic bag garbage on beach. (pollution; land fill; trash; water pollution; waste)
David Statue, Michelangelo. Florence, Italy.
Leonardo da Vinci versus Michelangelo
Musical instruments
Australian Popular Music
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Pollination. Bee collecting pollen & nectar from a flower. Plant insect
Biodiversity Loss
Great Grey Owl or Great Gray Owl (Strix nebulosa), Alaska. Wood owls, birds.
Owl Quiz
Collage of different cats. Made for the cat quiz on Mendel
Cat Quiz
Cougar in woods. Cats, felines, puma.
The Big Cats
Dog playing and chasing ball. (pet; canine; domestic animal)
Dogs Quiz
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)with young, a semiaquatic mammal of Central and South America.(rodents, carpincho, water hog)
Diversity among heteropterans. lace bug, termite bug, coreid bug, bat bug, toad bug, water strider, backswimmer, bedbug, stinkbug, water scorpion, plant bug, insects
What’s Bugging You?
Bongo antelopes, Striped antelope called bongos live in the thick rain forests in the southern part of the Central African Republic.
What Kind of Animal?
Humpback whale breaching out of the ocean. (sea mammal; ocean mammal)
Fishes vs. Mammals
Two ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta), sitting in a tree, Madagascar.
Lemurs: Fact or Fiction?
A moth of the genus Hemaris. part of the insets unclocked project
Insect Wings: Fact or Fiction?
Mating snails. Extreme close-up
Animal Mating Behavior
bulldog with tiara and pink boa
Celebrities’ Pets’ Names
Cute kitten and puppy (labrador) outdoors in the grass. Two different furry mammals have three kinds of hair: guard hairs, whiskers and soft underhairs. cat and dog, animal friends, funny young pets. Same as asset 166986/ic code pet000014, different right
Canines vs. Felines
Manure, a mixture of animal excrement and straw, sits in a pile in a field in France.
All About Poop
A lion (Panthera leo) eating its prey.
Pounds of Flesh: How Much Can They Eat?
American alligator hatchling. (endangered species; reptile; baby animal; reptile egg; animal birth; hatching)
About to Pop: How Many Babies?
Group of horses. Herd of running Horses in Colorado, Western United States of America. Animal, running, horsemeat, horse meat.
Thereby Hangs a Tail: Famous Horses
Florida manatee (T. manatus latirostris), in Atlantic Ocean (sea cow; sea mammal; aquatic mammal)
Manatees: Fact or Fiction?
Herd of African elephants and their calves in African savannah with egrets. Outdoors, grassland, mammal, maternal, animal, safari, plains, wildlife, family.
Elephantidae: Fact or Fiction?
Sea otter (Enhydra lutris), also called great sea otter, rare, completely marine otter of the northern Pacific, usually found in kelp beds. Floats on back. Looks like sea otter laughing. saltwater otters
Animal Group Names
A whale shark (Rhincodon typus) near a snorkeller in Australia. The huge fish feed on small organisms filtered from the water and are not dangerous to humans. Scuba diver, fishes, ichthyology, fish plates, marine biology, sharks, giant fishes
Sharks: Fact or Fiction?
Slowworm. Anguis fragilis. Blindworm. Lizard. Anguidae. Slowworm in the palm of a hand.
This or That? Warm-blooded vs. Cold-blooded
Hedgehogs. Insectivores. Erinaceus europaeus. Spines. Quills. Close-up of a hedgehog rolled up.
Animal Jumble: Fact or Fiction?
Pig. Hog. Suidae. Sus. Swine. Piglets. Farm animals. Livestock. Pig sitting in mud.
Animal Adventures: Fact or Fiction?
Cattle. Cow. Bovine. Livestock. Farm animals. Pregnant brown and white dairy cow.
Bovine: Fact or Fiction?
Dama gazelle (Nanger (or Gazella) dama)
Antelopes: Fact or Fiction?
The brown bear (Ursus arctos), grizzly bear in the wilderness, Alaska.
Bear in Mind: Fact or Fiction?
hyena in grassland; mammal, canine, carnivore
Hyenas and Aardwolves: Fact or Fiction?
Three types of eels. Fish / Anguilliformes / American eel (Anguilla rostrata), European eel (Anguilla anguilla), conger eel (Conger oceanicus)
Eels: Fact or Fiction?
Chicken. Gallus gallus. Poultry. Fowl. Animal. Bird. Rooster. Cocks. Hens. Beak. Wattle. Comb. Farm animal. Livestock. Close-up profile of a hen's head.
Bird’s Eye View: Fact or Fiction?
Beaver gnawing on log. mammal / rodentia / Castor canadensis
Of Mice and Other Rodents: Fact or Fiction?
Mamba. Black mamba snake in a tree in South Africa. The best known Mamba is the black mamba, D. polylepis (Dendroaspis polylepis). Among deadliest of the world's snakes.
Reptiles: Fact or Fiction?
Slowworm. Anguis fragilis. Blindworm. Lizard. Anguidae. Close-up of a slowworm's head.
Snakes and Lizards: Fact or Fiction?
Turtle, green turtle, Chelonia mydas, chelonian, reptile, animal
Turtles: Fact or Fiction?
tropical two-wing flying fish (Exocoetus volitans). Beloniformes, ichthyology, fish plates, marine biology, tropical two wing flying fish, tropical two-wing flyingfish, tropical two wing flyingfish, tropical fish, fishes, animals.
Fish in the Sea: Fact or Fiction?
Dark-fingered coral crab in an Indo-Pacific coral reef. (coral reefs; endangered area; ocean habitat; sea habitat)
Crustaceans: Fact or Fiction?
Camel. Camelus. Desert. Sand. Sunset. Camel with colorful saddle crosses desert in India at dusk.
Camels: Fact or Fiction?
gray wolf. Wolf. Gray wolf (Canis lupus) grey wolf also called timber wolf largest wild member of the dog family (Canidae). Endangered species.
Cry Wolf: Fact or Fiction?
wasp. Vespid Wasp (Vespidaea) with antennas and compound eyes drink nectar from a cherry. Hornets largest eusocial wasps, stinging insect in the order Hymenoptera, related to bees. Pollination
Animals and Insects: Fact or Fiction?
African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana); exact location unknown.
Elephants: Fact or Fiction?
cat. orange and white persian cat with long hair, snarl, growl, teeth
Felines: Fact or Fiction?
Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus); Kenya. (cats)
The Cat’s Meow: Fact or Fiction?
Squirrel monkey. Arboreal monkey, family Cebidae a common primate in riverside forests of Central America. Saimiri sciureus or Saimiri monkey
Primates: Fact or Fiction?
horse. herd of horses running, mammal, ponies, pony, feral
From the Horse’s Mouth: Fact or Fiction?
horse. white horse against blue sky, mammal
Horses: Fact or Fiction?
Giraffe standing in grass, Kenya.
Giraffes: Fact or Fiction?
prairie dog. An alert Black Tailed Prairie Dog this rodent belongs to the squirrel family and creates underground burrows.
Prairie Dogs: Fact or Fiction?
lion. Young male lion in the Maasai Mara National Reserve Narok County, Kenya.
Lions: Fact or Fiction?
pigeon. pigeon and dove. member of the order Columbiformes, family Columbidae
Pigeons: Fact or Fiction?
Two dinosaur heads showing feeding habits: meat eater ceratosaurus, plant eater psittacosaurus, dinosaurs
Dinosaurs: Fact or Fiction?
wasp. A close-up of a Vespid Wasp (Vespidaea) with antenna and compound eye. Hornets largest eusocial wasps, stinging insect in the order Hymenoptera, related to bees.
Interesting Insects: Fact or Fiction?
Aedes aegypti mosquito, a carrier of yellow fever and dengue.
Mosquitoes: Fact or Fiction?
butterfly. butterfly and moth. An irridescent male blue butterfly. An insect in the order Lepidoptera
Butterflies and Moths: Fact or Fiction
snail and slug. snail. A gastropod, especially one having an enclosing shell, soft-bodied animals called mollusks
Mollusks: Fact or Fiction?
ant. The southern wood ant on grass. Also known as Formica rufa, red wood ant or horse ant. insect
Ants: Fact or Fiction?
bat. Life cycle. A black flying fox (Pteropus alecto) in Kakadu National Park, Northern territory, Australia. A megabat in the family Pteropodidae. Halloween
Interview with the Vampire (Bat)
Camel. Close-up of a head of a camel in an Egyptian desert.
The Animals of Asia
Sun bear, also called bruang, honey bear, or Malayan sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) cub. A bear found primarily in the tropical rainforest.
Mammal Mania
vulture. An adult bearded vulture at a raptor recovery center. The Gypaetus barbatus also known as the Lammergeier or Lammergeyer, is a bird of prey and considered an Old World vulture.
Animal Factoids
Black eyed tree frog (Agalychnis moreletii)
All About Amphibians
elephant. A young elephant splashes with water and bathes in Chitwan National park, Nepal. Mammal, baby elephant, elephant calf
Animals: African Safari
Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) in a zoo, Australia. (marsupial, koala bear)
Animals Down Under
wasp. A close-up of a Vespid Wasp (Vespidaea) with antenna and compound eye. Hornets largest eusocial wasps, stinging insect in the order Hymenoptera, related to bees.
The Bug-Eyed Quiz
turkey vulture. vulture. Close-up of a head and beak of a Turkey vulture (Cathartes aura).
A Little Bird Told Me
Shiba inu. A young Shiba inu dog called an Ebi a spitz breed dog from Japan. Similar in appearance to the Akita dog. Canine, Purebred
Dog Fun Facts Quiz
Bulldog; dog
Best In Show
bat. Life cycle. An Indian Flying Fox (Pteropus giganteus) a megabat in the Pteropodidae family flys near Yala West National Park, Sri Lanka. Greater Indian fruit bat, Giant Fruit Bat, Halloween
Bats: What Vampires Don’t Want You To Know
Rattlesnake. A rattle snake coiled on rock. Rattlesnakes are poisonous snakes that have rattles in their tails. Reptile. Possibly mounted or stuffed taxidermy snake.
Vipers, Cobras, and Boas...Oh My!
Band of horses in the saltmarsh at Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland, Virginia, NPS. Assateague's wild horses are actually feral animals, descendants of domestic animals that have reverted to a wild state.
All About Animals
horse. Grazing brown horse with a white stripe down the nose called a blaze. mammal, animal
Mammals: Fact or Fiction?
Group of elephant in Africa. Elephants in Africa. Hompepage blog 2009, history and society, geography and travel, explore discovery
Animals: Fact or Fiction?
Panda bear, daytime, tree, eating, feeding, sitting, nature, giant panda, wildlife, bamboo, Asian, chewing, mammal, daylight, day, Ailuropoda melanoleuca, outdoors, habitat, outside, animal.
Mammalian Matters: Fact or Fiction?
Green tree python snake (Chondropython viridis) in a rainforest.
Creepy Crawlers Quiz
Dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius). Animals, mammals.
Ultimate Animals Quiz
Adult and baby orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) - (note: probably taken in a zoo).
Mammals Quiz
Garden spider web with captured prey.
Insects & Spiders: Fact or Fiction?
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