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Right Answer to Quiz on Cranes and Storks

This month no one has given all right answers, thelittleserpentcatcher@gmail.com has given 8 right answers.

Right Answer toQuiz on Cranes and Storks

1.Siberian cranes once nested in W.Siberia and wintered in India. The last documented Siberian crane in India during winter was in the year……….
  • 1996
  • 1998
  • 2002

  • 2.The Bishnoi community in Rajasthan feed and protect the Krishnakraunch. The Sanskrit name “krishnakrauch” refers to
  • Demoiselle crane
  • Siberian crane
  • Sarus crane

  • 3.This stork is quite common in S.India nesting on ficus trees, electric towers etc.
  • Blacknecked stork
  • woolly necked stork
  • Lesser Adjutant stork

  • 4.The male and female of this species looks alike. The juvenile storks can be mistaken for openbilled storks from a distance. These are, ……
  • Greater adjutant storks
  • black necked storks
  • Painted storks

  • 5.The measured martial gait as it paces up and down gave it its name. This stork is seen in North & North.East India.
  • Adjutant stork
  • Wooly necked stork
  • Black necked stork

  • 6.The periodic movements of locust swarms cannot be referred to as migration because….
  • locusts are not birds
  • the movement does not involve return to the starting point.
  • the movement involves food gathering

  • 7.Of the 15 species of cranes, ……….are vulnerable to extinction.
  • 5
  • 11
  • 2

  • 8.Of the following places, where are cranes not found at all?
  • Australia
  • S.America
  • Europe

  • 9.Sandhill and Whooping cranes call ………..…..their home
  • North America
  • Japan
  • North India

  • 10.Forty species of migratory birds feature in a film by Columbia Tristar released in March 2004 –The film is
  • Fly Away Home
  • Follow the Leader
  • Winged Migration

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