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Game (food): Quiz


Question 1: The ban is generally considered voluntary on private lands, and few birds live away from ________ or Forestry Commission land anyway.
Royal Society for the Protection of BirdsBirdwatchingSotheby'sUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Animals hunted for ________ include, but are not limitied to:
BushmeatChimpanzeeMountain GorillaBonobo

Question 3: ________ like porcupines or cane rats

Question 4: This will be influenced by ________, animal diversity, local taste and locally accepted view about what can or cannot be legitimately hunted.
Precipitation (meteorology)ClimateRainMeteorology

Question 5: ________, including Mallard, Tufted Duck, Teal, Pintail and Pochard

Question 6: In the UK game is defined in ________ by the Game Act 1831.
Scots lawXeerShariaLaw

Question 7: In ________, animals hunted for their pelts or ivory are sometimes referred to as big game.
AfricaAfrican UnionSub-Saharan AfricaScramble for Africa

Question 8: ________ are not currently hunted in the UK because of a recent decline in numbers and conservation projects towards their recovery.
NorwayEuropeWestern CapercaillieBlack Grouse

Question 9: Various species of African primates like mandrills or ________
HominidaeMountain GorillaGorillaChimpanzee

Question 10: ________ are not included in the definition, but similar controls provided to those in the Game Act apply to deer (from the Deer Act 1991).
Even-toed ungulateDeerCattleWild boar

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