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Asian Elephant: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  The elephant namely Soman at the elephant training centre, Konni, Pathanamthitta
  At this elephant training camp, captive elephants are taught to handle logs.
  At this elephant training camp, captive elephants are taught to handle logs.
  

Question 2: This is a period where the ________ level is high (up to 60 times greater) and they become extremely aggressive.
EstradiolProgesteroneTestosteroneDehydroepiandrosterone

Question 3: Elephants have been used in processions in ________ where the animals are adorned with festive outfits.
ThiruvananthapuramMalayaliKochi, IndiaKerala

Question 4:
What is the binomial of Asian Elephant?
Elephas maximus
Neoregelia ibitipocensis
Psychotria forsteriana
Semecarpus paucinervius

Question 5:
What classis does Asian Elephant belong to?
Planctomycetia
Mammalia
Mammalia
Cephalopoda

Question 6:
What phylum does Asian Elephant belong to?

Question 7: Height is often estimated using the ________ of twice the forefoot circumference.
Dutch languageFrench languageInchRule of thumb

Question 8: E. m. indicus survives in separate ranges in southern India, the Himalayan foothills, and northwest India; it is also found in southern China, ________, Thailand, Cambodia and the Malaysian peninsula.
PhilippinesSingaporeVietnamBurma

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  An elephant named Sri Hari during Sree Poornathrayesa temple festival, Thrippunithura.
  Mahouts washing an elephant, Thrissur, Kerala.
  A herd of wild Indian elephants in the Jim Corbett National Park, India.
  An elephant named Sri Hari during Sree Poornathrayesa temple festival, Thrippunithura.

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  The Borneo elephant is smaller with relatively larger ears, a longer tail, and straighter tusks. It is also smaller than other subspecies of the Asian elephant.
  An Asian elephant Kwunjai and baby Gabi, at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo.
  A herd of wild Indian elephants in the Jim Corbett National Park, India.
  Mahouts washing an elephant, Thrissur, Kerala.
















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