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Reptiles and Amphibians

Here's a quiz about various reptiles. 30 Questions.

 
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Which of the following is not an order of living amphibians?

  • Urodela
  • Squamata
  • Anura
  • Gymnophiona

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The largest North American salamander is?

  • Tiger
  • Hellbender
  • Mudpuppy
  • Pacific Giant Salamander

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Which of the following is not a viper?

  • Fer-de-lance
  • Death adder
  • Bushmaster
  • Puff adder

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What is the largest non-oceanic reptile in North America?

  • Sea Turtle
  • Desert Iguana
  • Chuckwalla
  • Alligator

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Which turtle is also known as a "Stinkpot"?

  • Box turtle
  • Snapping turtle
  • Musk turtle
  • Map turtle

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Which of these lizards has a blue belly?

  • Gila Monster
  • Texas Horned Lizard
  • Sagebrush Lizard
  • Ground Skink

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Which of these snakes is not venomous to humans?

  • Rat Snake
  • Copperhead
  • Water Moccasin
  • Coral Snake

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Which of these lizards is legless?

  • Alligator Lizard
  • Glass Lizard
  • Banded Gecko
  • Green Anole

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Which salamander's tail is constricted at its base?

  • Slimy Salamander
  • Ensatina Salamander
  • Green Salamander
  • Mudpuppy

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What type of newt is also know as a "Red Eft"?

  • Pacific Newt
  • Striped Newt
  • Rough-skinned Newt
  • Eastern Newt

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What is the Common Toad also known as?

  • Great Plains Toad
  • Woodhouse's Toad
  • Oak Toad
  • American Toad

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What kind of frog is equipped with large suction pads at the tips of their toes?

  • Cricket Frogs
  • Treefrogs
  • True Frogs
  • Bullfrog

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What is the longest species of lizard in the world?

  • Crocodile Monitor
  • Tegu
  • Komodo Dragon
  • Marine Iguana

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What country is the Marine iguana native to?

  • Ecuador
  • Venezuela
  • Galapagos Islands
  • Peru

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What kind of environment do the two largest snakes in the world live in?

  • Temperate regions
  • Near water
  • Savanna
  • Desert

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Where are the only two places in the world that alligators are found?

  • South East USA and South America
  • Africa and Australia
  • South East USA only
  • South East USA and China

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The Gila monster is noted for being venomous. Which of the following lizards is also venomous?

  • Blue tongue skink
  • Mexican beaded lizard
  • Five lined skink
  • Chuckwalla

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Which type of reptile has the largest number of species?

  • Snakes
  • Lizards
  • Turtles
  • Crocodilians

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Which type of reptile is represented by only 2 living species?

  • Amphisbaenians
  • Tuatara
  • Crocodilians
  • Turtles

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What is the Jacobson's organ used for?

  • Sense of sight
  • Sense of smell
  • Sense of touch
  • Sense of hearing

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What does it mean for a snake to be "viviparous"?

  • Bears live young
  • Cold blooded
  • Lays eggs
  • Warm blooded

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Snakes exist in almost all parts of the world except which of the following?

  • Oceans
  • Deserts
  • Caves
  • Polar regions

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In Linnean classification, in what order do lizards and snakes belong?

  • Crocodilia
  • Squamata
  • Testudinata
  • Reptilia

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How do crocodiles clean their teeth?

  • They use a special toothbrush
  • They don't,they let them rot
  • They eat apples
  • They let birds clean them

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Why does a snake flick out its tongue?

  • To be rude
  • To taste the air
  • It is too long to stay inside its mouth
  • To say hello

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Why do some snakes pretend to be dead?

  • To catch their food
  • They don't,they are dead
  • To escape from enemies
  • For fun

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How does the Alligator Snapping Turtle fish for food?

  • It uses its tongue
  • It uses its feet
  • It uses a stick
  • It uses its tail

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Why do some lizards lose their tails?

  • They don't like them
  • They never lose their tails
  • To eat them
  • To escape from enemies

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In which of the following countries are slow worms not present?

  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • England
  • Wales

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What is the Latin name for a slow worm?

  • Anguis Fragilis
  • Quintus Renfeina
  • Wormus Slavurmans
  • Fesifia Limatus

 

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