Around this time last year, I created a plant and animal quiz for my work’s spring-themed event. The 10 questions are pretty easy, so it will make for a fun family activity. The answers are at the very end. Enjoy!
I am the state flower of Kansas and can grow as high as 6 feet. What am I?
I am a mammal native to South America and am as handsome as all heck. I am the world’s largest living rodent. What am I?
What’s my story? I bloom in early summer and my vine can grow up to 15 feet in a season. What is my name?
I am a deciduous hardwood. You can make a delicious soda from my sap. What kind of tree am I?
I was named after a Lord, but I may be more recognizable on the baseball diamond. Cal Ripken is a close peep of mine. Who am I?
I’m the tree so nice, they named me twice! The trade winds of my native Aruba make me into my twisted shape. What’s my name?
My name makes it seem like I can fly, but I’m firmly rooted in the ground as a native of South Africa. What flower am I?
My name is the same if there is one of me or more. Males can weigh up to 1,500 pounds and that’s no bull. No, I don’t have any friends who are squirrels — why do you ask? What kind of animal am I?
My best friends are strawberries and we make delicious pie together. I’m technically a vegetable, but legally a fruit. What’s my name?
I’m a native of Mexico who was named after the botanist who found me. You may know me to make an appearance at Christmas time, but I can grow as tall as 15 feet year round in my native land. What am I?
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