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Exercice "Animaux et caractéristiques", créé par gogopet (exercice gratuit pour apprendre l'anglais) :
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Statistiques questions sur 585 candidats
Question 1 réussie à 56.2 %
Cows feel happier, more calm and * than their lonely counterparts if farmers give them a name and show enough affection.
Question 2 réussie à 53.5 %
Excited weasels perform a * weasel war dance before moving in for the kill of their cornered prey, supposedly to perplex or frighten it.
Question 3 réussie à 54.9 %
The distance blackbirds flee from perceived danger or * behaviour in public places, decreases when they are much frequented by visitors.
Question 4 réussie à 67.5 %
Mules simply will not tolerate abuse. They have a mind of their own, thinking for themselves, and are often * with lots of personality.
Question 5 réussie à 53.2 %
Bats can catch the sound of * flies to recognize small prey that they would otherwise be unable to detect.
Question 6 réussie à 68 %
Pangolins or scaly anteaters are solitary animals. They are sturdy but benign and * and have no teeth.
Question 7 réussie à 55.7 %
Owls cannot move their eyes in the same way we do. Head-* helps them form an improved image of their surroundings.
Question 8 réussie à 64.3 %
Raccoons can unlock doors and open things with their paws and powerful claws quite easily and they can be * when approached by humans.
Question 9 réussie à 57.4 %
Pigeons have astonishing navigational skills and their brains are attuned to *.
Question 10 réussie à 53.5 %
The young are * and gregarious and learn early from their mother that specific plants can cure them when they become ill. Sheep also have an amazing peripheral vision.
Question 11 réussie à 49.2 %
Badgers can dig like crazy. These * animals can dig themselves a hiding hole in a matter of minutes.
Question 12 réussie à 54.4 %
Prairie dogs are highly * and live in complex networks of tunnels. They go out of their way to communicate a variety of pitched warning barks.
Question 13 réussie à 76.4 %
Pigs only roll in mud to cool off but are naturally clean and organized and if sufficient space is available, they will not * areas where they live and sleep.
Question 14 réussie à 52.5 %
Unlike wolves, coyotes are not * eaters, less shy about how close they live to people and they also have a lot more pups.
Question 15 réussie à 60.7 %
Squirrels are opportunistic and * rodents. They dig holes and hastily fill them in again as they pretend to bury a nut to distract the curiosity of potential thieves.
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