Bing Turbocharge Quiz Answers – Jun 6 (Ostrich Quiz)

The following questions are from the “Microsoft Rewards Bing Turbocharge Quiz” for 6-6-2024. Let us know in the comments if you find the wrong answer to any question!!!

Try to outsmart this ostrich quiz

Question 1: What is the scientific name for the ostrich?

  • Struthio camelus
  • Apteryx australis
  • Rhea Americana

Correct Answer: Struthio camelus

Fact: The ostrich’s scientific name is ‘Struthio camelus’. It’s the biggest and heaviest bird in the world and can be found in Africa. Ostriches can’t fly, but they have long necks and strong legs, and they can run very fast. They’re part of the Struthionidae family and are known for their big eyes and long eyelashes.

Question 2: Where did ostriches originate?

  • Africa
  • North America
  • Australia

Correct Answer: Africa

Fact: Ostriches have their origins in Africa, where they naturally inhabit the savannas and semi-arid regions. Fossil records indicate that these sizable, flightless birds have resided on the African continent for millions of years. Throughout this time, ostriches have adjusted to different environmental conditions, enabling them to flourish in a variety of habitats. Currently, they are predominantly located in sub-Saharan Africa, although historically, they also inhabited parts of the Middle East and Asia.

Question 3: Ostriches have a unique trait when it comes to their eyes. What is it?

  • Their eyes rotate 360 degrees
  • They have four legs
  • Largest eye of any land animal

Correct Answer: Largest eye of any land animal

Fact: Ostriches have the biggest eyes of any land animal. Each eye is about 5 centimeters (2 inches) across. This helps them see really well, especially in their open, dry homes where they need to watch out for predators from far away. Their eyes are even bigger than their brains, showing how important good eyesight is for their survival. Also, they have special feathers on their eyelids to keep their eyes safe from dust and dirt.

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