West African Dwarf Goat Quiz

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As its name indicates it, this breed can be found in Central and West Africa. It is also known to be the progenitor of the African Pygmy and Nigerian dwarf breeds found in the USA. It is a major source of income for farmers in this region, but what do you really know about this breed? Try our quiz and find out now.

• 1.

What's the typical height of this breed?

• A.

50 cm

• B.

40 cm

• C.

60 cm

• D.

70 cm

A. 50 cm
Explanation
The typical height of this breed is 50 cm.

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• 2.

What's the average weight of a males?

• A.

22 kg

• B.

24 kg

• C.

25 kg

• D.

30 kg

C. 25 kg
Explanation
The average weight of males cannot be determined based on the given information. The options provided are different weights, but without additional data or context, it is impossible to calculate the average weight. Therefore, the answer cannot be determined.

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• 3.

What's the average weight of females?

• A.

18 kg

• B.

20 kg

• C.

22 kg

• D.

25 kg

C. 22 kg
Explanation
The average weight of females is 22 kg. This means that when you calculate the total weight of all females and divide it by the number of females, the resulting average weight is 22 kg.

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• 4.

What's their horn status?

• A.

Unknown

• B.

Horned

• C.

Horneless

• D.

Horned/horneless

B. Horned
Explanation
The correct answer is "Horned" because it implies that the subject in question has horns.

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• 5.

How long is their breeding period?

• A.

6 months

• B.

8 months

• C.

10 months

• D.

12 months

D. 12 months
Explanation
The breeding period of the subject being referred to is 12 months. This means that it takes a full year for them to complete their reproductive cycle, from mating to giving birth or laying eggs. This could be the case for certain animals or plants that have a longer gestation period or reproductive cycle compared to others.

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• 6.

What's the other name for this breed?

• A.

Gabon dwarf

• B.

Togo dwarf

• C.

Cameroon dwarf

• D.

Nigerian dwarf

C. Cameroon dwarf
Explanation
The other name for this breed is the Cameroon dwarf.

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• 7.

What's the purpose of this breed?

• A.

Carpets

• B.

Milk

• C.

Meat and milk production

• D.

Meat

C. Meat and milk production
Explanation
This breed serves the purpose of both meat and milk production. It is bred specifically to provide a good quantity and quality of meat, as well as a sufficient amount of milk. This breed is likely to have characteristics that make it suitable for both purposes, such as a good meat-to-bone ratio and high milk production capacity.

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• 8.

What's the size of this breed?

• A.

Small

• B.

Medium

• C.

Large

• D.

Extra large

A. Small
Explanation
This breed is described as small in size.

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• 9.

What's the particularity of this breed?

• A.

They are playful

• B.

They are aggressive

• C.

They are docile

• D.

They are fearful

A. They are playful
Explanation
This breed is known for their playful nature, which sets them apart from other breeds. Playfulness can be a desirable trait for many pet owners as it indicates that the breed is energetic, enjoys interacting with their owners, and may be more inclined to engage in activities and games. Playfulness can also contribute to a positive and fun-filled environment in the home.

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• 10.

What's their climate tolerance?

• A.

They are better bred in cold climates

• B.

They are better bred in hot climates

• C.

They can accommodate to any climate

• D.

They are better bred in humid climates

C. They can accommodate to any climate
Explanation
The correct answer is "They can accommodate to any climate." This means that the subject in question is able to adapt and thrive in various climate conditions, whether it is cold, hot, humid, or any other type of climate.

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