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Question 1: In Southern Africa, palm wine (Ubusulu) is produced in Maputaland, an area in the south of Mozambique between the Lobombo mountains and the ________.
Atlantic OceanPacific OceanIndian OceanArabian Sea

Question 2: The kallu is collected, distributed and sold by the people of a particular caste called ________ or Gownla.
NalgondaAndhra PradeshAdilabadGoud

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Natural Toddy in reused container in Kerala.
  A toddy tapper in the Philippines

Question 4: Toddy tapping is a common occupation in the Indian state of Kerala, where it is primarily performed by the men of the ________ caste, and the women of that caste run toddy shops where toddy and food are sold.

Question 5: In part of central and western ________, palm wine is called "malafu".
Democratic Republic of the CongoGabonCentral African RepublicRwanda

Question 6: Within two hours, fermentation yields an aromatic ________ of up to 4% alcohol content, mildly intoxicating and sweet.
New Zealand wineChilean wineChardonnayWine

Question 7: ________, another deity who consumes toddy.
MuthappanNileshwar Muthappan MadappuraTheyyamKannur district

Question 8: In some areas of India, palm wine is ________ to produce the unrefined sugar called jaggery.
WaterEvaporationTemperatureWater vapor

Question 9: Some small ________ mammals consume large amounts of fermented palm nectar as part of their diet, especially the southeast Asian Pen-tailed Treeshrew.
PlantPollinationFlowerFlowering plant

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Natural Toddy in reused container in Kerala.
  Tapping palm sap in East Timor.
  A Toddy tapper of Kerala in India.
  Palm wine is collected, fermented and stored in calabashes in Bandundu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo


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