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White Park: Quiz

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Question 1: The cattle are aggressive ________ and calve with exceptional ease.
HerbivoreGrazingPredationCoprophagia

Question 2: A herd at Dynefor (Dinefwr), ________, dates from this time.
EnglandUnited KingdomScotlandWales

Question 3: By then, only the Dynevor, Woburn, Whipsnade, and Cadzow herds survived as domesticated herds; the ancient herds at Vaynol (Faenol) in Wales and the above-mentioned Chillingham herd having become semi-________.
DomesticationCattleFeral horseFeral

Question 4: The White Park (also known as the Ancient White Park[1][2][3], the White Forest, the White Horned, the Wild White, and simply "the Park") is a rare breed of horned cattle with ancient herds preserved in ________.
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomGreat Britain

Question 5: This was followed by the sale of all but a few old cows and the White Park ________ to the B Bar Ranch in Big Timber, Montana.
PurebredHorseThoroughbredBreed registry

Question 6: ...upswept ________-shaped horns similar to Ayrshires that continue to twist as the animals age.
HarpByzantine lyraKemencheLyre

Question 7: Four animals were moved to the ________ in Texas where they remained for almost the next forty years before being purchased by Mr.
Kenedy County, TexasKleberg County, TexasBrooks County, TexasKing Ranch

Question 8: One or two pairs of White Park cattle were imported to Canada in the 1930s and were kept at the ________.
High ParkToronto ZooRoyal Ontario MuseumRiverdale Farm

Question 9: [4] They are mostly found on Rare Breed farms such as Wimpole Home Farm in ________, England, Appleton Farms in Massachusetts, or the previously-mentioned B Bar Ranch in Montana.
HuntingdonshireNorthamptonshirePeterboroughCambridgeshire

Question 10: The image is entitled 'White Urus', and reflects the myth that was strong even almost 200 years ago that the Park cattle, both horned and polled, were direct descendants of the ancient ________.
WisentBosAurochsEurope







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