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INTRO TO MONKEYS

INTRO TO

MONKEYS

OLD WORLD MONKEYS

OLD

WORLD

MONKEYS

NEW WORLD MONKEYS

NEW

WORLD

MONKEYS

INTRO TO APES

INTRO TO

APES

THE GREAT APES

GREAT

APES

LESSER APES

LESSER

APES

CLUE 1

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Response 1

THERE ARE ABOUT THIS MANY

SPECIES OF MONKEYS

WHAT IS 125?

AFRICA, ASIA, AND EUROPE

WHERE ARE OLD WORLD

MONKEYS FROM?

SOUTH AND CENTRAL

AMERICA

WHERE ARE NEW WORLD

MONKEYS FROM?

SOMETHING THAT MOST

MONKEYS HAVE BUT NO APES

HAVE

WHAT IS A TAIL?

ITS NAME MEANS "MAN OF THE

FOREST" IN THE MALAY

LANGUAGE

WHAT IS ORANGUTAN?

THEYARE CALLED THE LESSER

APES BECAUSE OF THIS

WHAT IS THEIR

SMALLER SIZE?

CLUE 2

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400 POINTS


Response 2

A GROUP OF MONKEYS IS

CALLED THIS

WHAT IS A TROOP?

THEIR TAILS ARE NOT ABLE TO

GRASP, MEANING THEY ARE

NOT THIS

WHAT IS PREHENSILE?

COMPARED TO OLD WORLD

MONKEYS, THEY ARE THIS IN

SIZE

WHAT IS SMALLER?

ALL GORILLAS, BONOBOS AND

CHIMPANZEES COME FROM

HERE

WHAT IS AFRICA?

THE OLDER ADULT MALE

GORILLA IS OFTEN CALLED

THIS BECAUSE OF THE COLOR

OF THE HAIR ON ITS BACK

WHAT IS A

SILVERBACK?

MOST OF THIS SPECIES HAVE

BLACK FACES SURROUNDED

BY A WHITE RUFF

WHAT ARE GIBBONS?

CLUE 3

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Response 3

THIS WORD MEANS THEY

SPEND MOST OF THEIR LIVES IN

TREES

WHAT IS ARBOREAL?

THEY ARE CURVED AND SET

CLOSE TOGETHER

WHAT ARE NOSTRILS?

IT IS THE LARGEST OF THE

NEW WORLD MONKEYS

WHAT IS THE HOWLER

MONKEY?

THE TWO KINDS OF GORILLAS,

DESCRIBING WHERE THEY LIVE

WHAT ARE MOUNTAIN

AND LOWLAND?

THEY ARE THE MOST SOCIAL

OF THE BIG APES, LIVING IN

COMMUNITIES OF 40 TO 60

TOGETHER

WHAT ARE

CHIMPANZEES?

THEY ONCE WERE THOUGHT

TO BE ANOTHER SPECIES OF

GIBBONS

WHAT ARE SIAMANGS?

CLUE 4

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Response 4

MOST MONKEYS HAVE THIS

AND SOME OF THEM USE IT AS

AN EXTRA HAND TO GRASP

WITH

WHAT IS A TAIL?

THEY HAVE TOUGH SKIN PADS

HERE

WHAT IS THE RUMP?

IT IS THE MOST ACROBATIC OF

THE NEW WORLD MONKEYS

WHAT IS THE SPIDER

MONKEY?

BECAUSE OF MAN TAKING

THEIR HABITAT AND HUNTING

THEM, ALL OF THE APES ARE

THIS

WHAT IS ENDANGERED?

IT IS SMALLER THAN A

CHIMPANZEE AND ITS LIPS ARE

RED, ITS FACE FLATTER, ITS

SKULL ROUNDER, AND ITS HAIR

PARTS DOWN THE MIDDLE

WHAT IS A BONOBO?

BIPEDALLY

WHAT IS WALKING ON

TWO FEET?

CLUE 5

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1000 POINTS


Response 5

MONKEYS ARE DIVIDED INTO

THESE TWO GROUPS, BASED

ON WHERE THEY ARE FROM

WHAT IS OLD WORLD

AND NEW WORLD

SOME HAVE POUCHES HERE

WHAT ARE THEIR

CHEEKS?

IT IS THE SMARTEST OF THE

NEW WORLD MONKEYS

WHAT IS THE CAPUCHIN

MONKEY?

THE ORDER TO WHICH

MONKEYS, APES AND HUMANS

BELONG

WHAT ARE PRIMATES?

THE ONLY GREAT APE WHOSE

HABITAT IS SOUTHEAST ASIA

INSTEAD OF AFRICA

WHAT IS THE

ORANGUTAN?

IT MEANS THEY SWING

THROUGH BRANCHES WITH A

HAND OVER HAND MOTION

WHAT IS BRACHIATING?

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ELEPHANTS 1

ELE-

PHANTS

1

ELEPHANTS 2

ELE-

PHANTS

2

ELEPHANTS 3

ELE-

PHANTS

3

BIG CATS 1

BIG CATS 1

BIG CATS 2

BIG CATS

2

BIG CATS 3

BIG CATS

3

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
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Response 1

THE LONG, FLEXIBLE,

MUSCULAR NOSE AND UPPER

LIP OF AN ELEPHANT

WHAT IS A TRUNK?

THEY ARE THE BIGGEST LAND

MAMMALS

WHAT IS AN AFRICAN

ELEPHANT?

IT IS WHERE YOU WILL FIND

THE NOSTRILS THE ELEPHANT

BREATHES THROUGH

WHAT IS THE END OF

THE TRUNK?

THEY ARE THE FASTEST LAND

ANIMAL AND CAN RUN UP TO 65

MPH IN SHORT BURSTS

WHAT ARE CHEETAHS?

WHAT YOU CALL A GROUP OF

LIONS

WHAT IS A PRIDE?

OFTEN CALLED THE KING OF

THE JUNGLE, IT HAS A LONG

MANE OF HAIR ON THE NECK

AND AROUND THE FACE

WHAT IS THE MALE

LION?

CLUE 2

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800 POINTS


Response 2

AN ELEPHANT'S TRUNK CAN

HOLD ABOUT THIS MUCH

LIQUID

WHAT IS A GALLON AND

A HALF?

WHAT YOU CALL A BABY

ELEPHANT

WHAT IS A CALF?

NONE OF THE FEMALES AND

ONLY ABOUT HALF OF THE

MALE ASIAN ELEPHANTS HAVE

THESE

WHAT ARE TUSKS?

ONE OF THE SMALLER CATS

AT ABOUT 30 POUNDS, IT HAS

VERY LARGE EARS.

WHAT IS A SERVAL?

THIS BIG CAT HAS LONG

TEARDROP SHAPED LINES ON

BOTH SIDES OF THE NOSE

FROM THE EYE TO THE MOUTH

WHAT IS A CHEETAH?

THIS CAT IS MOSTLY PALE

ORANGE TO ORANGE-BROWN

WITH BLACK STRIPES

WHAT IS THE TIGER?

CLUE 3

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Response 3

WHAT YOU CALL A FEMALE

ELEPHANT

WHAT IS A COW?

WHAT YOU CALL A MALE

ELEPHANT

WHAT IS A BULL?

THIS KIND OF ELEPHANT HAS

LONG BEEN USED FOR LABOR

IN INDIA, AND THERE ARE FEW

LEFT IN THE WILD

WHAT IS THE ASIAN

ELEPHANT?

THIS CAT'S CALL SOUNDS

MORE LIKE A RASPY COUGH

THAN A ROAR

WHAT IS A LEOPARD?

THE LIONS THAT DO MOST OF

THE HUNTING FOR THE PRIDE

WHAT ARE THE FEMALES

OR LIONESSES?

WHEN THESE LEOPARDS HAVE

DARK SPOTS ON A BLACK

BACKGROUND, THEY ARE

CALLED THIS

WHAT ARE BLACK

PANTHERS?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THEY ARE REALLY ENLARGED

UPPER INCISORS

WHAT ARE TUSKS?

ALL ELEPHANTS HAVE THIS

MANY TOES AND TOENAILS ON

THEIR FRONT FEET

WHAT IS FIVE?

THEY DO THIS TO MAKE

THEMSELVES LOOK EVEN

BIGGER WHEN THEY ARE

THREATENED BY AN ENEMY

WHAT IS SPREADING

THE EARS?

BIGGER THAN LEOPARDS,

THESE SOUTH AMERICAN

CATS HAVE ROSETTES OF 5

OR 6 DARK SPOTS AROUND A

LIGHTER COLORED SPOT

WHAT IS A JAGUAR?

UNLIKE MOST CATS, THEY LIKE

THE WATER AND ARE

EXCELLENT SWIMMERS

WHAT ARE TIGERS?

BOBCATS AND THESE ARE THE

ONLY BIG WILD CATS FOUND IN

NORTH AMERICA

WHAT IS A COUGAR

(PUMA, MT LION,

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Response 5

THESE ELEPHANTS' EARS ARE

SHAPED ROUGHLY LIKE THE

CONTINENT FROM WHICH THEY

COME

WHAT ARE AFRICAN

ELEPHANTS?

THEY ROLL IN THE MUD TO

PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM

THIS

WHAT IS SUNBURN AND/

OR INSECTS?

SINCE THEY DO NOT HAVE

SWEAT GLANDS, THE MANY

BLOOD VESSELS IN THESEARE

VERY IMPORTANT IN HELPING

THE ELEPHANT LOSE EXCESS

BODY HEAT

WHAT ARE EARS?

A WORD THAT REFERS TO ALL

CATS

WHAT IS FELINE?

THE WORD CREPUSCULAR

MEANS THEY ARE MORE

ACTIVE AND HUNT AT THESE

TIMES OF DAY

WHAT ARE DAWN AND

DUSK?

IT IS THE LARGEST MEMBER OF

THE CAT FAMILY

WHAT IS THE SIBERIAN

TIGER?

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