Bing Wildlife Quiz

Bing Wildlife Quiz. Bing Quizzes is a great way to pass the time and learn about new things and topics at the same time, with many categories to choose from and while doing do, earning Microsoft Reward points is possible as well to redeem for discounts and other benefits. One of such categories is Bing Wildlife quiz.

With this wildlife quiz, different questions will be asked regarding nature, environment, flora and fauna from anywhere in the world for it to test the user respecting previous knowledge, and also as a good way to learn new things that were previously unknown.

Bing Wildlife Quiz

Take the Bing Wildlife Quiz

Every Bing Wildlife quiz has at least 20 questions to answer, with four different options and a 25% chance of getting the answer right in case of doubt. Have some fun answering trivia about exotic animals, plants and territories from around the world, while earning reward points and taking advantage of spare time to learn new things.

Welcome to your Wildlife Quiz

Stag beetles spend most of their life underground as larvae, only emerging for a few weeks in summer as flying adults. But how long does the larva spend underground?
Ring-necked parakeets first appeared in the wild in Britain in the late 1960s. But how did they get here from northern India?
Peregrine falcons, now nesting in many of our cities, are the fastest living creatures on the planet – but just how fast can they fly?
Four species of butterfly – the peacock, small tortoiseshell, brimstone and comma – regularly overwinter as adults in our garden sheds and garages. Recently a fifth species has joined them – what is it?
Which summer visitor to Britain’s towns and cities will not land at all on its annual journey to and from its winter-quarters in Africa?
After a long decline in numbers, house sparrows can now only be found at a few sites in London. Where are they most likely still to be seen?
Which species of deer is regularly seen in our cities, including a cemetery in the centre of Glasgow?

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