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The only surviving member of the genus Beatragus, Hirola is the world's rarest and most endangered antelope. Learn interesting facts and trivia about this creature with the amazing Hiriola quizzes online. 

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    How many wings does the order diptera have?

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    The term "bug" describes a certain type of insect. What do bugs have that other insects don't have?

If you, for some wacky reason, want to know what kind of insect you are, then go right ahead, take this quiz! Are you a bee? A spider? Fly? Caterpillar? Firefly?

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    How do you travel?

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    What are pubic lice commonly called?

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Which insect can live for weeks without its head before it starves to death?
Cockroaches can live without their heads for a long time before they starve to death. Like other animals they do not bleed to death after being decapitated, their necks gets sealed by clotting. Cockroaches do not need their brain to breathe. They hav
What is the difference between Gnats and Fruit Flies?
Gnats and fruit flies look very similar, but when you critically check their appearance, you will notice some differences. Gnats are small insects and can appear as yellow, brown, black in color. In contrast, fruit flies are typically brown-black or
Which insect produces honey?
Bees are insects and are known for making honey. Several people have become beekeepers and bee farmers throughout the world. Since honey is needed for several recipes, these bee farmers make hundreds of thousands of dollars with their large trove of
What is the difference between Pill Bugs And Sow Bugs?
Pill Bugs and Sow Bugs are types of pests that look very similar, but they are not totally the same. Most times, you find them in the garden. Pill Bugs and sowbugs are great decomposers because they feed mostly on decaying materials. If they are pres
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