Science Quiz / 'G' Natural World

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Can you name the things in the natural world that begin with the letter 'G'?

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Which burrowing mouse-like rodent found in Africa and Asia is often kept as a caged pet?
Which plant-eating insect produces a chirping sound by rubbing a hind leg against one of their forewings?
Which seabird hunts fish by diving from height into the sea and pursuing them underwater?
Which popular aquarium fish is also known as a 'millionfish' or a 'rainbow fish'?
Which burrowing rodent with fur-lined cheek pouches is found in North and Central America?
Which sour to semi-sweet yellow citrus fruit has an acid juicy pulp?
Which type of graceful antelope is capable of reaching speeds of 60 mph and a sustained speed of 30 mph?
Which large waterbird has a long neck, short legs, webbed feet and a short broad bill?
Which dog was originally bred for game coursing and is now used mostly for racing?
Which African mammal is the world's tallest living animal?
Which small slender tree-dwelling ape with long powerful arms is native to the forests of SE Asia?
Which North American rodent is also known as a 'woodchuck', 'whistle-pig', or 'land-beaver'?
Which hardy domesticated ruminant mammal has backward-curving horns and, in the male, a beard?
What other name can be used for a wildebeest?
What name is given to hot spring that intermittently boils sending a tall column of water into the air?
Which African ape is the world's largest living primate?
Which pheasant-like bird with a plump body and feathered legs is a popular game bird?
Which South American cavy no longer occurs in the wild and is typically kept as a pet or for laboratory research?
Which dog known for its very large size is also known as a German Mastiff?
Which powerful short-winged hawk used in falconry is also known as the Northern .....?
Which nocturnal lizard has no eyelids and adhesive pads on its feet to assist in climbing?

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