Wet 'n' Wild Quiz
Nature quiz relating to 'wet' or 'wild' personal sightings 8 Questions.
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It was at 'Hethpool Linn' that I saw my first red squirrel in the wild.. what type of geographical feature is a 'linn'?
Walking in 'The Cheviots' one day, I was privileged to meet one of these rare and truly wild animals only ten yards away on the path ahead, which animal's scent will I never forget?
Crossing a stream over a wee bridge, after a shower of rain, I saw a 'silver screen' of beautiful cobwebs sparkling in the sunshine, which creatures were responsible for creating this scene?
In the 'Glentress Forest' one night I witnessed a 'bat ballet' (water bats feeding off the flies over a pond as the sun set behind) what is the correct name for a water bat?
Common pipistrelle bat
Brown long-eared bat
Although I have seen evidence of otters (spoors, hovers, spraints and even a holt) I've yet to see an otter in the wild.. what do otters mainly eat?
Walking through a field I noticed lots of 'puffballs' and as I passed, one exploded in front of me.. what type of vegetable is a 'puffball'?
At the top of 'Harbottle Hill' I was captivated by the beautiful iridescent dragonflies and damselflies darting around in the sunshine.. approximately how many species are native to Britain?
Hares are usually solitary animals so I was astounded one day to see about 80 in one field.. what is a hare's home known as?
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