Avians
Wildlife/Zoo
Domestic Animals
Equine
100

A bird that can fly backwards

What are hummingbirds?

100

Felidae species with a recognition striped pattern, "chuffs." thought to be a friendly vocalization produced by pushing air through the nostrils

What is a tiger?

100

The most common animal to have as a pet in the U.S.

What is a dog?
100

Their digestive tract is a one-way system. The cardiac sphincter is VERY strong and at a sharp angle, preventing the backflow of digestive content. As a result, these animals are quite susceptible to colic episodes and painful stomach swelling

What is a horse?

200

The closet living relative to the Tyrannosaurus rex

What is a chicken?

200

Wildlife species with more than 50 teeth (more than any other mammal in North America)

What is an opossum?

200

A group of kittens is called this

What is a litter? or What is a kindle? or What is an intrigue?
200

A horse's field of vision

What is almost 360 (~340 or 350) (They have two blind spots: one directly behind them and one in front of their head.)?

300

The firs bird domesticated by humans

What is a goose?

300

The largest flying land bird in the Western Hemisphere, seen by veterinarians for toxic lead poisoning, is a scavenger, has a characteristic hairless and orange head

What is a California Condor?

300

This common household rodent and lab animal is born precocial (this means they are born fully formed with hair, their eyes and ears open and able to eat solid food from the day they are born)

What is a guinea pig?

300

Arthritis, colic, gastric ulcers, desmitis, laminitis, back problems, etc

What are common health issues horses experience?

400

The only flightless and nocturnal parrot in the world

What is a kakapo?

400

Depending on the native language and area, these animals are often referred to as cougar, panther, and puma

What is a mountain lion?
400
The act of a dog giving birth

What is whelping?

400

Obligate nasal breathers (cannot breathe through their mouths)

What type of breathers are horses?

500
Birds have ten of these feathers

What are primary feathers?

500

This common wild animal that we can see in our daily life has front teeth that never stop growing

What is a squirrel?

500

This disease has a 100% fatality rate if left untreated (hint: both cats and dogs can receive vaccines for this).

What is rabies?

500

This organ is found in humans that horses do not possess. Due to their constant grazing, horses do not need to store bile for digestion later on. 

What is a gallbladder? 

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