Quick Music Quiz: Biology

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Can you name the answers to these ten questions about biological songs?

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'Biology' was a 2005 top ten hit for which all-female group?
'Cool for Cats' was a single by which British New Wave band, whose other hits include 'Up the Junction' and 'Black Coffee In Bed'?
Which band's 1977 album contains songs named for species in the genera Canis, Sus and Ovis?
'Monkey Gone To Heaven', 'Caribou' and 'Bird Dreams of the Olympus Mons' are songs by which American rock band comprising Black Francis, Kim Deal, Joey Santiago and David Lovering?
Which 'Say Hello, Wave Goodbye' and 'Tainted Love' band share their name with a nonturgid variety of the basic structural unit of life?
'You're The First, The Last, My Everything' was a hit for which 1970s American soul singer, affectionately known as the Walrus of Love?
'The Lovecats' and 'The Caterpillar' are singles by which Crawley post-punk band led by Robert Smith?
A citrus fruit closely related to the mandarin provides part of the name of which German electronica band whose over 100 albums include 'Ricochet' 'Force Majerue' and 'Hyperborea'?
Which organs of the body give their name to the first album by Florence + the Machine?
And finally: 'You and me baby ain't nothin' but mammals so let's do it like they do it on the Discovery Channel' is a line from which song by The Bloodhound Gang?

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