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Question 1: Large aviaries are often found in the setting of a zoological garden (for example, ________, Washington Zoo and San Diego Zoo).
Whipsnade ZooLondon ZooBristol ZooChester Zoo

Question 2: With the Antwerp cage system (1948), birds are only separate from public with a light system used indoor the Bird Building at ________.
Antwerp ZooBehavioral enrichmentSafari parkDolphinarium

Question 3: In diving exhibits ________ and kingfishers could be seen hunting under water, and in the free-flight hall visitors still walk amongst tropical birds in dense vegetation.
SulidaeCormorantPelagic CormorantDarter

Question 4: It is one of only two permanent structures built for the World's Fair which still remain (the other is the Saint Louis Art Museum's ________ building).
New York CityManhattanWashington, D.C.Cass Gilbert

Question 5: Spacious walk-in aviaries also exist in bird parks such as ________ in Singapore.
Singapore ZooAviaryNight Safari, SingaporeJurong Bird Park

Question 6: The use of ________ instead of wire is a unique concept.

Question 7: The Tracy Aviary is an example of bird park within a public urban park, Liberty Park in ________, Utah.
Salt Lake County, UtahPhoenix, ArizonaSalt Lake CitySacramento, California

Question 8: Each setting recreates with impressive fidelity the microculture of the birds that fly merrily about within their ________ world, complete with living plants.
Scale modelDioramaCycloramaLouis Daguerre

Question 9: The ________'s Simmons Aviary opened in 1983 and is one of the world's largest free-flight aviaries.
Shark tunnelOmaha, NebraskaRiverside Park and ZooHenry Doorly Zoo

Question 10: In this 4-acre (16,000 m2) exhibit, visitors see flamingos, ________, swans, storks, cranes, spoonbills, ibis and egrets.
LoonAnatidaeDuckDiving duck


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