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Terrier: Quiz

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Question 1: A terrier is a ________ of any one of many breeds or landraces of terrier type, which are typically small, wiry, very active and fearless dogs.
Canine reproductionCoat (dog)Dog healthDog

Question 2: Some larger terriers were also used to hunt ________.
BadgerCatEuropean BadgerBear

Question 3: Most terrier breeds were developed in ________ and Ireland.
ScotlandGreat BritainUnited KingdomEngland

Question 4: Genetic analysis shows that most terriers are in the "modern/hunting" genetic cluster of ________ developed from the same pool of ancestors in Europe in the 1800s.
Ancient dog breedsGuard dogDog breedCoat (dog)

Question 5: In fact, the word terrier comes from the Middle French terrier, derived from the ________ terra, meaning earth.
LatinOld LatinVulgar LatinRoman Empire

Question 6: A few terriers are found in the "mastiff" genetic cluster with Pomeranians, ________, and other large-headed dogs, and the Tibetan Terrier is found in the older grouping of Asian and African dogs, along with the Pekingese.
Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling RetrieverEnglish Springer SpanielLabrador RetrieverGolden Retriever

Question 7: Modern examples include the ________ and the Patterdale Terrier.
Jack Russell TerrierWire Fox TerrierBull Terrier (Miniature)Airedale Terrier

Question 8: They were used to control rats, rabbits, and ________ both over and under the ground.
Red FoxCanidaeFoxGray Wolf

Question 9: The ________ and Airedale, however, are particularly noted for tackling river rats and otters in deep water.
Kerry Blue TerrierBorder TerrierYorkshire TerrierIrish Terrier

Question 10: ________ (Hunting types): Still used to find, track, or trail quarry, especially underground, and sometimes to bolt the quarry.
Fell TerrierJack Russell TerrierPatterdale TerrierWorking terrier







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