Incredible Animals
How much do you know about animals? Take this quiz and find out more about the incredible animals.
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Little Scorpion author
Hi, thank you! I am happy with this news. I did It with fun and love. Thanks again.
Lawful Flamingo
Do you have another quizes?
Little Scorpion author
Hi, no i made only this. I would make another one for the next round.
Swift Hamster
That's nice!
Little Scorpion author
Hi, thank you! I am glad you like it
Chic Cobra
I would like to point out that no of Millepede legs can't be fixed at 750 legs as it's the most no of legs ever found in a millipede species. As Wikipedia page suggests :

Most millipedes have very elongated cylindrical or flattened bodies with more than 20 segments, while pill millipedes are shorter and can roll into a ball. Although the name "millipede" derives from the Latin for "thousand feet", no known species has 1,000; the record of 750 legs belongs to Illacme plenipes. There are approximately 12,000 named species classified into 16 orders and around 140 families, making Diplopoda the largest class of myriapods.

So th question should've been , what was the largest amount of legs found on a Millipede species.

Apart from that its a good quiz.
Little Scorpion author
You are right, i will change the question at the end of the contest. Thanks for trying it.
Chic Cobra
Little Scorpion Thank you for the reply 😊. All the best for your quiz👍🏽
In the question "which animal is the strongest relative to it's dimension ?" you gave the answer as onthophagus taurus(horned dung beetle) which lifts 1140times its weight but the correct answer is oribatid mite(Archegozetes l
ongisetosus) as shown in the bbc article below
Little Scorpion author
Hi thanks for trying the quiz. i saw on Wikipedia that the horned dung beetle Is the strongest one, but i read now the BBC article and i want read more on oribated mite before change the answer. Thanks again for the BBC article.
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