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By AdewumiKoju | Last updated: May 23, 2019
| Total Attempts: 305
Kiwis are flightless birds which are native to New Zealand. Due to there being approximately the size of a domestic chicken, they are the smallest living ratites. They belong to the class of Aves and phylum Chordata. Amongst the species are Apteryx haastii, Apteryx owenii, Apteryx rowi as well as Apteryx mantelli.
Questions and Answers
How many species of kiwi exist?
The biggest threat to kiwi chicks is which of the following?
A kiwi lays how many eggs per year?
Maximum of 4
Up to 8
Not more than 7
Not more than 9
Which of the following is not a specie of kiwi?
Great spotted kiwi
Little spotted kiwi
Which of the following is not part of the three species that are primarily targeted by the 'predator free New Zealand' initiative?
Which of the following is true about a kiwi?
Kiwi has one of the the shortest beaks
The male kiwi is bigger than the female
A kiwi defends itself with the beak
They can lay up to 7 eggs per year
Kiwi detect preys through which of the following?
Their hair reaction
Kiwis prefer all of the following except?
Which of the following is the mating season for Kiwis?
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