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Question 1: He was producer of the 1996, 53 minute, Super 16 mm wildlife documentary The King and I made for the ________ Explorer program.
Channel VNational Geographic ChannelGMA Pinoy TVThe Filipino Channel

Question 2: Whitaker helped the Irula tribe to get involved in extracting snake venom used for the production of ________ drugs.
AntivenomAntibodyVital BrazilImmunity (medical)

Question 3: This film on the natural history of the King cobra, the largest venomous snake in the world, received the ________ for Outstanding News and Documentary Program Achievement, 1998.
Sports Emmy AwardDaytime Emmy AwardEmmy Award27th Sports Emmy Awards

Question 4: In 2008, he was selected as an Associate Laureate in the 2008 Rolex Awards for Enterprise, for his efforts to create a network of ________ research stations throughout India.
RainforestTropical rainforestPhilippinesPapua New Guinea

Question 5: In February 2007, he was the subject of a critically-acclaimed documentary produced by PBS, under their "Nature" banner, on "supersized" crocodiles and alligators, which was filmed in India, East Africa and ________.
United KingdomBarbadosAustraliaCanada

Question 6: The ________ were left jobless after the ban of snake trading.

Question 7: In January 2009, Whitaker was in another "Nature" documentary on real-life reptiles such as ________ and Dracos that inspired tales of dragons.
Gila monsterBeaded lizardVaranus salvadoriiKomodo dragon

Question 8: [2] Whitaker is currently coordinating an effort to save the ________, a Critically endangered species of crocodylian on the brink of extinction with less than 250 individuals left in Indian waters.
GavialidaeAmerican crocodileGharialMugger crocodile

Question 9: Whitaker was the founder director of the Snake Park in ________.
Chennai Suburban RailwayChennaiChennai EgmoreMadras Presidency

Question 10: He used this award to found the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station in ________, for the study of King Cobras and their habitat.


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