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Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Zoology Fun Facts

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"Zoology" comes from two Greek words. "Zoo" means "animal," and "ology" means "the knowledge or study of."
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Aristotle's Biology was written in the fourth century BC and was considered one of the most influential texts of natural history in the ancient world.
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Zoologists estimate that there are at least 8 million different unique animal species in the world, only about 1 million of which have been identified.
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Most animals are invertebrates, including insects, arachnids, crabs, snails, squids, worms, jellyfish, and corals.
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Animals that come from two different species, such as mules, are called "hybrids" because they combine the genes of different species.
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At his biggest, Zorba weighed 345 pounds and measured 37 inches tall and 99 inches long. He lived to be 11 years old.
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Blue whales can weigh up to 196 tons and measure as long as 98 feet from tip to tail. Their hearts can weigh as much as 438 pounds.
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The male sea horse has a pouch that he uses to protect his eggs and provide nutrients and hormones.
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"Sloth" means "laziness" and refers to the animal's slow movement, which allows sloths to eat very little food throughout the day.
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The octopus's main heart pumps blood throughout the body, while its two secondary hearts pump blood into its two gills.