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Something Fishy in National Geographic Quiz: Wild Life

Something Fishy26 (15)

This is a rare achievementPlay all of the new episodes in Aquatic Life.

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Achievement Guide for Something Fishy

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Achievement won on 08 Apr 11
TA Score for this game: 2,910
Posted on 08 April 11 at 19:19, Edited on 08 April 11 at 20:42
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Episode: Aquatic Life, Tiny Fish.

Q= What is the Royal Gramma a Species of?
A= Basslet.

Q= Apart from the markings, Neon Tetra Bodies are...
A= Transparent.

Q= Which of the following Animals doesn't eat Goby?
A= Emperor Penguins.

Q= Facts...
A= Royal Gramma.

Q= Why do Elegant Firefish Owners have to be careful with
their Aquariums Security?
A= Firefish like leaping.

Q= The Round Goby, an invasive Species in the Great Lakes
of North America, is Native to which Landlocked Sea?
A= Caspian Sea.

Q= The Family of Fish Gobiidae contains approximately how
many Species?
A= Over 2000.

Q= Letters.
A=
1. Aquarium.
2. Tiny Fish.
3. Symbiosis.
4. Shoaling.

Q= What do you see?
A=
1. Goby with Orange Spots.
2. Black Goby.
3. Transparent Goby.
4. Orange Goby.

Q= Which of the following best describes Gobies?
A= Most are small.
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Episode: Aquatic Life, Scary Shallows.

Q= What was the name of the Amphibian also known as a Waterdog?
A= Mudpuppy.

Q= Which of the following will bite Divers to defend its Eggs?
A= Gray Triggerfish.

Q= What do Lamprey use to cling on to their Hosts?
A= Many Teeth.

Q= What do you see?
A=
1. Mudpuppy.
2. Remora.
3. Lamprey.
4. Lemon Shark.

Q= Fish living in the Shallows are vulnerable to which of the following?
A= Hunting Birds.

Q= Which one is the odd one out?
A= Giant Clams.

Q= Giant Clams often trap Divers.
A= False.

Q= Giant Clam can swallow a Man in one gulp.
A= False.

Q= Giant Clams can live up to 100 years.
A= True.

Q= Giant Clams can grow up to 1.2m.
A= True.
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Episode: Aquatic Life, Fish Swarms.

Q= Which of these is another name for a Swarm of Fish?
A= Shoal.

Q= Where do you find Schooling Fish?
A= In all the World's Oceans and Seas.

Q= What is the Picture of?
A= A School of Black Jack Fish.

Q= What is the difference between a Shoal and a School?
A= Fish in a School move in Synchronicity.

Q= Which of these is an advantage to Swarming Fish?
A= A Group provides better Protection from Predators.

Q= What do you see?
A=
1. A Sailfish.
2. Atlantic Cod.
3. A Tuna.
4. A School of Jack Fish.

Q= Which of these is a disadvantage to Swarming Fish?
A= Food Depletion.

Q= Letters.
A=
1. Swim.
2. School.
3. Swarm.
4. Shoal.

Q= Are they shorter or longer in length?
A= Shorter.

Q= Are they shorter or longer in length?
A= Shorter.
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Episode: Aquatic Life, Seahorses & Dragons.

Q= What Family do Seahorses belong to?
A= Syngnathidae.

Q= How did Seadragons get their name?
A= Because their Fins resemble Dragon Wings.

Q= What do you see?
A=
1. Leafy Seadragon.
2. Weedy Seadragon.
3. Pipefish.
4. Seahorse.

Q= Seahorses can change their Colour to match their Surroundings.
A= True.

Q= Seahorses can swim at a speed of 40 Knots.
A= False.

Q= Seahorses gang up together to Hunt bigger Fish.
A= False.

Q= Seahorses are Blind.
A= False.

Q= Facts...
A= Leafy Seadragon.

Q= In which Country are Seadragons Endemic?
A= Australia.

Q= Which Word best describes a Seahorse's Tail?
A= Prehensile.
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Episode: Aquatic Life, Marine Molluscs.

Q= Cuttlefish are sometimes referred to as...
A= Chameleons of the Sea.

Q= Which one is the odd one out?
A= Hermit Crab.

Q= Molluscs have soft Bodies.
A= True.

Q= All Molluscs have outer Shells.
A= False.

Q= All Molluscs have Tentacles.
A= False.

Q= All Molluscs are Invertebrates.
A= True.

Q= Which one is the odd one out?
A= Nautilus.

Q= Cuttlefish use their Ink for what purpose?
A= Defence.

Q= Tritons are named after...
A= A Greek God.

Q= What do you see?
A=
1. Cockle.
2. Oyster.
3. Mussel.
4. Clam.
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