Statistics for Extinct Animals True or False

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QuestionAnswer% Correct
There used to exist a bird that could hunt horses.True
85%
Spinosaurus could swim.True
83%
There was once a marine reptile longer than a sperm whale.True
79%
The thylacine was the last mammal to go extinct.False
74%
The dodo was in the duck family.False
73%
No animal has ever had five eyes.False
73%
Due to their size and weight, you could easily outrun any species of short-faced bear.False
72%
50,000 years ago, the only hominids on Earth were humans and neanderthals.False
67%
The dominant animals on Earth during the Permian period (just before the Triassic) were closely related to mammals.True
61%
Animals known as terminator pigs once existed.True
60%
Excluding tusks, the largest teeth to ever exist belonged to a whale.True
60%
No dinosaurs gave birth to live young, they all laid eggs.True
56%
The first permanently terrestrial animal was a scorpion.False
54%
The mammoth Mammuthus creticus was still about five times larger than the giant rodent Josephoartigasia monesi.False
40%
The oldest known primate predates the oldest known bat by five million years.False
40%

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