Quiz: How Much You Know About Insular Fauna?

Questions : 7 | Total Attempts: 963 | Recent Updated: 03-May-2020
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Animal species that grow in isolation from the continental landmarks due to geographical separation are called insular fauna. Insular fauna is usually found on the island that was separated from the continental landmass millions of years ago. For an example of such islands are New Zealand, Tasmania, etc. They are also found on the island that was formed due to volcanic activity or Coral accumulation hundreds of miles from the continental. Examples of such islands are Galapagos, Andaman, Nicobar, etc. So play Insular Fauna quiz and know more about insular fauna.

Questions Excerpt


1. Which of the following is the insular animal?

A. Kiwi

B. Albatross

C. Golden goose

D. Siberian crane

2. Which theory was developed after studying insular fauna?

A. Theory of relativity

B. Theory of origin of species

C. Theory of catastrophism

D. Theory of Inheritance of acquired characters

3. Which animals are likely to come across in territory of insular fauna?

A. Marsupials

B. Flightless birds

C. Primates

D. Prototherians

4. Insular means...

A. Isolation

B. Interaction

C. Closely held

D. Concerning solar or sun

5. Insular fauna is not found in the UK because.....

A. UK is not an island

B. There is lot of interaction between people of UK and Europe

C. UK was separated from Main Land Europe not too long ago

D. Animals regularly hunted, making them extinct

6. Insular fauna is found in New Zealand because......

A. Maori tribe what animals as they settled in New Zealand

B. Europeans bought animals as they settled in New Zealand

C. Of the suitable environment

D. It was separated from mainland Australia millions of years ago

7. Where in India subcontinent, do you find insular fauna?

A. Chhattisgarh

B. Andaman

C. Jharkhand

D. Kerala

 

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