Correct Questions: 0 | Wrong Questions: 0 | Total Score: 0 Points

Quetzal is

Carnivorous
Omnivorous
Herbivorous
Only drink water


Check Answer

What is the scientific name of Quetzal ?

quetzal.jpg
image credit: http://www.flickr.com/people/58575431@N00
Pharomachrus
Euptilotis
Trogon
Pharomachrus and Euptilotis


Check Answer

What is the standard life span age of Quetzal ?

quetzal1.jpg
image credit: http://www.flickr.com/people/42244964@N03
20 - 25 years
10 - 25 years
5 - 10 years
1 - 5 years


Check Answer

What is the prey of Quetzal ?

Fruits
Fruits and Berries
Fruits, Berries and Insects
Fruits, Berries, Insects and Leaves


Check Answer

What is the full form of QVPL (in reference of Quetzal) ?

Quetzal Orientation Private Limited
Quetzal Online Public Limited
Quetzal Online Private Limited
Quetzal Orientation Public Limited


Quetzal Online Private Limited (QOPL) is the education space where it contributes to institutions as well as individual children and adults committed to learning and growth.

Check Answer

Young quetzals can fly at about ______ weeks of age

1
2
5
3


Young quetzals can fly at about three weeks of age, but males do not begin to grow their long tail plumes for three years.

Check Answer

What is the most distinctive feature of Quetzal ?

Soft calls
Deep calls
Soft and deep but loud calls
Very short call


Check Answer

Why quetzal is famous in the world ?

Because of its tail
Because of its wings
Because of its voice
Because of its color


The Quetzal is an immensely colored animal with metallic plumage and is widely considered to be one of the most strikingly-beautiful birds in the world.

Check Answer

Which body part of Quetzal is strong ?

Feet
Beak
Head
Tail


Quetzals use their strong beaks to make holes in rotting trees so that they can nest.

Check Answer

Which of these is a difference between male and female quetzals ?

No Difference
Females do not have long trains
Females do not have long beak as compared to their mates
Females do not have same color


Females do not have long trains, but they do share the brilliant blue, green, and red coloring of their mates. Male colors tend to be more vibrant.

Check Answer
Play Again