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Superlatives in the animal world

Superlatives in the animal world The definition of the word "animal" comes from the Latin word animal, which is derived from the anima, meaning vital breath or soul. The world of animals is fascinating, but due to human intervention they always restrict their habitat, leading even to the disappearance of species. By running this test you test the knowledge of the superlatives of the animal world. Solve this test and see how much do you know about animals!

Question 1 from 10: What is the living thing that have the highest resistance( can stand without food for three years and resists bacteria and radiation more than 150 times higher than those deadly for humans)?
Question 2 from 10: What is the name of the animal that can cope with temperatures between +100 degrees Celsius and -270 degrees Celsius?
Question 3 from 10: What is the worst smelly animal on Earth?
Question 4 from 10: What is the most noisy animal that communicates with sounds that can reach between 155 and 188 decibels?
Question 5 from 10: What is the largest mammal on land that can reach a height of 3 meters and a weight of 5.4 tonnes?
Question 6 from 10: What is the smallest vertebrate that measures only 7-8 millimeters in length?
Question 7 from 10: What's the biggest animal in the world?
Question 8 from 10: What is the only representative of the animal world that can live in a environment without oxigen for up to two hours?
Question 9 from 10: What is the longest insect that has a body length of 32.8 centimeters without the feet, or 54.6 centimeters if the legs are measured?
Question 10 from 10: What is the world's largest bird?