Top Ten of Belum-Temengor

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How much do you really know about Malaysia’s oldest rainforest? In this quiz we’re testing you on how much you know about Belum’s most notable wildlife. So brush up on your rainforest knowledge and see how well you do on our Top Ten of Belum quiz. #GetInvolved

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Question 1

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The Rafflesia is a carnivorous plant. It traps insects and small animals in its bowl-like centre.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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Which of the following is most closely related to the Malayan tapir?
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Question 3

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How can you tell a male rhinoceros hornbill apart from the female?
Answer
  • The male has a red ring around his eyes
  • The male's beak is redder than the female
  • The male is twice the size of the female
  • You can only tell them apart by looking carefully at their reproductive organs. Otherwise they are identical

Question 4

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Gaurs are the largest members of the bovine family.
Answer
  • True
  • False
  • Trick question - they are not bovines

Question 5

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What are the scales of a pangolin made of?
Answer
  • Hardened flesh
  • Bone
  • Keratin
  • Cartilage

Question 6

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Why is the Malayan sun bear, called a sun bear?
Answer
  • It always sleeps facing the sun
  • The pale horseshoe shape on the bear’s chest resembles the setting or rising sun
  • It was discovered on a Sunday
  • It is most active at sunrise and sunset

Question 7

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Which of the following is INCORRECT about the giant snakehead?
Answer
  • It is one of the most poisonous animals in Belum-Temengor
  • It can grow up to two meters long
  • Mated pairs are good parents, watching over their eggs until they hatch and protecting the young afterwards
  • It can breathe air thanks to a primitive lung beneath the gills

Question 8

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Which of the following is CORRECT about the Malayan tiger?
Answer
  • Its scientific name is Panthera tigris jacksoni
  • It is the second largest tiger subspecies in the world after the Siberian tiger
  • Males and females form strong pair bonds and raise young together
  • It prefers to sleep in trees

Question 9

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How many teeth does an Asian elephant have, including tusks?
Answer
  • They don't have teeth except for tusks
  • 12
  • 26
  • 40

Question 10

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Wild boars are one of the most widespread animals on the planet and not surprisingly, can be found in Belum-Temengor. Which of the following countries does not have a native wild boar population?
Answer
  • India
  • Russia
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America
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