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Question 1: In fact, some species may have been hunted to ________ by early human hunters.
ExtinctionEvolutionConservation biologyHolocene extinction

Question 2: [citation needed] Meat sourced from wildlife that is not traditionally regarded as game is known as ________.
Mountain GorillaBushmeatBonoboChimpanzee

Question 3: Wildlife includes all non-________ plants, animals and other organisms.
CattleHybrid (biology)LivestockDomestication

Question 4: In 1963, ________ debuted Wild Kingdom, a popular program featuring zoologist Marlin Perkins as host.
NBCUniversal SportsShopNBCTelemundo

Question 5: Exploitation of wild populations has been a characteristic of modern man since our exodus from ________ 130,000 – 70,000 years ago.
Sub-Saharan AfricaAfrican UnionAfricaScramble for Africa

Question 6: The ________ in the UK was a similar pioneer, the first wildlife series LOOK presented by Sir Peter Scott, was a studio-based show, with filmed inserts.
BBC TelevisionBBC NewsBBC Natural History UnitBBC English Regions

Question 7: Anthropologists believe that the ________ peoples and hunter-gatherers relied on wildlife, both plant and animal, for their food.
PaleolithicPrehistoryUpper PaleolithicStone Age

Question 8: Today, hunting, ________, or gathering wildlife is still a significant food source in some parts of the world.
Fishing industryFishingWild fisheriesFishing techniques

Question 9: In other areas, hunting and non-commercial fishing are mainly seen as a ________ or recreation, with the edible meat as mostly a side benefit.
IrelandSports clubSportOlympic Games

Question 10: The rate of extinctions of entire species of plants and animals across the planet has been so high in the last few hundred years it is widely considered that we are in the sixth great extinction event on this planet; the ________.
Habitat destructionHolocene extinctionThe Skeptical EnvironmentalistOverpopulation







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