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India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers,Middle School Level

Posted: 08 Jun 2017 02:57 AM PDT

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India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers,Middle School Level

Exam Name :  India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers

Subject : India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers (Middle School Level) Question & Answer Keys

Year : 2015



Please encircle the correct answer

*1.This soil layer is of great value to life on earth. It is usually rich in humus and other minerals. Name it.

a) Topsoil                  b) Laterite soil         c) Subsoil        d) Bedrock

2. Arachnids have eight legs, how many legs do insects have?

a) Six              b) Eight           c) Ten              d) Twelve

3. Introduced to the island by humans in the 1940s, birds of Guam had no experience or fear of this animal which caused the extinction of about 9 native birds – which creature is this?

a) Indian Mongoose                  b) Mosquito                 c) Cane Toad                d) Brown Tree Snake

*4. Which of these is not a parasite, but an epiphyte, that is, it grows harmlessly on another organism and obtains its own nutrition?

a) Leech                 b)Orchid                  c)Fungus                    d) Tapeworm

5. Which of these major rivers flows entirely in India?

a)Ganga                           b)Indus                     c)Narmada                        d)Brahmaputra

*6. Like your first name and surname, scientific or Latin names of living things have two names -what do these denote?

a)Family and Genus           b)Genus and Species            c)Order and Family              d)Class and Order

*7. Which of these snakes has adapted to digging?

a)Cobra                 b)Vipers               c)Shieldtails               d)Cat Snake

8. To encourage people of all ages to learn more about insects, which country celebrates National Insect Week once every two years?

a)India                  b)United Kingdom                   c)Brazil                     d)Indonesia

9. Of these herbivores, all except one are mainly grazers – which one is a browser?

a)Hippopotamus              b)Green Sea Turtle                       c)Capybara                           d)Giraffe

10. Which of these animals, also found in India, is the largest wild mountain goat species in the world?

a)Himalayan Tahr               b)Greater Blue Sheep                c)Markhor                      d)Asiatic Ibex

11. Which protected area in the Indian sub-continent is no longer on the IUCN ‘List of World Heritage in Danger’ because of successful conservation action?

a)Lal Suhanra NP, Pakistan          b) Manas WLS, India           c)Chitwan NP, Nepal            d)Yala NP, Sri Lanka

*12. How many species of mammals are found in India?

a)Between 150-250        b)Between 350-450        c)Between 1,050-1,150           d)Between 2,050-2,150

13. A baleen whale feeds by taking water into its mouth and filtering it out through the baleen which traps small animals like krill – what is baleen made of?

a)Bone               b)Cartilage           c)Muscle             d)Keratin

*14. Now extinct, Martha was the last living individual of this once abundantly found North American bird – it is said a flock of these birds took around 3 days to pass overhead – which species is this?

a)Dodo                   b)Passenger Pigeon                 c)Pink-headed Duck            d)Great Auk

*15. Marble, quartzite, slate and schist, which form due to extreme heat and pressure, are types of which kind of rock?

a)Igneous             b)Sedimentary              c)Metamorphic                 d) Meteorite

*16. An important factor that affects soil formation is the shape and features of the landscape, also known as -

a) Zoography                 b) Topography                 c) Geography                 d) Cartography

17. What is the term used for a group of turtles?

a)Bunch         b)Box            c)Bale           d)Brood

*18. Exceptionally adaptable, leopards coexist with tigers and can live in almost all types of habitats – which tiger habitat in India has no leopards?

a)Bandipur              b)Pench             c)Rajaji               d) Sundarban

*19. Which of these is the largest Indian Deer? An adult male can weigh up to 270 kg.

a) Barasingha b) Kashmir Red Deer           c) Sambar           d) Brow-antlered Deer

20. Related to whales and dolphins, which of these is the only porpoise species found in Indian waters?

a)Spectacled Porpoise           b)Finless Porpoise                c) Harbour Porpoise               d)Dall’s Porpoise

21. The colour of the bald head and neck of the critically endangered Red-headed Vulture ranges from deep red to red-orange - what is this bird also known as?

a)Indian King Vulture             b) Indian Black Vulture             c)Pondicherry Vulture               d)All of these

*22. Many species of animals including birds, bats, monkeys and deer practice geophagy, which is the practice of eating earth for digestive benefits – which type of soil is preferred by them?

a)Sand           b)Gravel            c)Clay             d)Silt

* 23.To assist in the ongoing battle against wildlife crime in India, which animal has recently joined the ranks of the Special Armed Forces?

a)Tigers                  b)Gorillas                 c)Dogs                  d)Horses

24. Under which tree species did Mahavir, the 24th Tirthankar of the Jains attain enlightenment?

a)Peepul              b)Sal         c)Banyan           d)Teak

25. Often made of Limestone, what is the rock formation that hangs from the ceiling of caves called?

a)Stalactite              b)Stalagmite                c)Stack              d) Tor



India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers, Primary School Level

Posted: 08 Jun 2017 01:44 AM PDT

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India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers, Primary School Level

Exam Name :  India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers

Subject : India Wild Wisdom Quiz Papers (Primary School Level) Question & Answer Keys

Year : 2015



Please encircle the correct answer. All the best, kids!

1.   *Do you know which type of soil has the smallest grains?

a.   Sand                        b. Gravel                      c. Clay                         d. Silt

2.   *Which part of soil gives nutrients important for plant growth? It is formed by the breaking down of plant and animal matter.

a.   Clay                         b. Humus                     c. Rock                       d. Sand

3.   In which country, besides India, is the wild Yak still found?

a.   Nepal                      b. Bhutan                     c. China                      d. Mongolia

4.   Which of these birds is not a raptor?

a.   Crow                       b. Owl                            c. Vulture                  d.  Eagle

5.   How many arms does an octopus have?

a.   Two                         b. Six                              c. Eight                       d. Twelve

6.   Plants obtain most of their nutrients from soil - which of these is NOT an important plant food?

a.   Nitrogen                b. Keratin                     c. Phosphorus         d. Potassium

7.   *Which social insects have a well-defined caste system including a Queen and King? They also change the soil to suit their own needs.

a.   Ants                        b. Termites                  c. Earthworms        d. Honeybees

8.   What do ALL these animals have in common; Mosquito, Tiger, Woodpecker, King Cobra?

a.   Solitary                   b. Blood-thirsty         c. Flying                     d. Venomous

9.   *Now extinct, what kind of animal was the Dodo? It was cruelly hunted by European sailors, and is the logo of Gerald Durrell’s zoo.

a.   Reptile                   b. Mammal                  c. Fish                         d. Bird

10. Name the animal that can survive for as long as a week even after its head is cut off. This is because only a part of the nervous system is in its head and the rest of the brain is in the abdominal part of its body.

a.   Rat                           b. Cobra                        c. Vulture                  d. Cockroach

11. *What do earthworms do to improve the quality of the soil where they live?

a.   Decompose plant and animal matter

b.   Create channels for root growth                        

c. Improve water holding capacity                 

d. All of these

12. Which of these animals’ egg case is also commonly called a mermaid's purse?

a.   Skate                      b. Dolphin                    c. Seahorse              d. Starfish

13. *Did you know that 98% of the vultures in India died? This was because they ate dead cattle that had been treated with an anti-inflammatory drug. Which drug is this?

a.   Penicillin                b. Quinine                    c. Diclofenac            d. Meloxicam

14. Koko is one of the few primates that has been recorded adopting a pet kitten. She is also famous for learning sign language. Can you tell us what species Koko was?

a.   Human                   b.  Chimpanzee         c. Gorilla                    d. Bonobo

15. Prairie Dogs are found in North America and live in underground burrows. Which mammal are they closely related to?

a.   Wolf                        b. Squirrel                    c. Goat                       d. Racoon

16. Although they give shelter to Clownfish like Nemo, these beautiful sea creatures feed on other fish, mussels and plankton. Which animal is this?

a.   Sea cucumber                     b. Starfish                    c. Sea sponge                  d. Sea Anemone

17. Baby Flamingos are greyish, but the adults are pink – what gives this bird its pink colour?

a.    Exposure to the sun                 b. Food it eats                        c. Industrial pollution d. All of these

18. *Which of these is a plant that is not from India, grows quickly and causes local plants and animals to die?

a.   Water Lily              b. Water Hyacinth                   c. Lotus                                        d. Elephant Grass

19. The ancient Egyptians were rich because they grew and traded crops like wheat, flax and papyrus. These were grown in soil deposited after the annual flooding of the River Nile – what type of soil was this?

a.   Humus                   b. Silt                              c. Clay                         d. Sand

20. *It can be expensive as a diamond and is used in perfumes. It is found in the excreta of the sperm whale– do you know what it is called?

a.   Coral                       b. Ambergris               c. Musk                      d. Bile




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