Barracuda
  • 1. What is a barracuda?
A) A type of bird
B) A small mammal
C) A predatory fish
D) A reptile
  • 2. Where are barracudas commonly found?
A) Tropical and subtropical oceans
B) Arctic waters
C) High mountain streams
D) Freshwater lakes only
  • 3. How long can a barracuda grow?
A) Up to 10 feet
B) Up to 6 feet
C) Up to 1 foot
D) Up to 3 feet
  • 4. What is the distinctive feature of the barracuda?
A) Multiple legs
B) Flat body shape
C) Glow-in-the-dark scales
D) Sharp teeth
  • 5. What is the primary diet of barracudas?
A) Plants
B) Insects
C) Fish
D) Berries
  • 6. Why do barracudas have a reputation for being dangerous?
A) Due to their powerful jaws and sharp teeth
B) They emit toxic fumes
C) They are the size of a house
D) Because they can fly
  • 7. What is the family name of barracudas?
A) Perciformes
B) Sphyraenidae
C) Mustelidae
D) Elapidae
  • 8. Which of the following senses is highly developed in barracudas?
A) Vision
B) Smell
C) Hearing
D) Taste
  • 9. What is a major threat to barracudas in their environment?
A) Overfishing
B) Lack of exercise
C) Too much sunshine
D) Excessive rainfall
  • 10. In which ocean are barracudas mostly found?
A) Pacific Ocean
B) Indian Ocean
C) Arctic Ocean
D) Atlantic Ocean
  • 11. What is the scientific name for common barracuda?
A) Cuda barracuda
B) Sphyraena barracuda
C) Barracudum major
D) Fishus barracudus
  • 12. Do barracudas have scales?
A) No
B) Yes
C) Only on their head
D) Made of metal
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