Daily Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers (02-05-2024)

Question 1: What kind of butterflies can we see in today’s image?

Monarch butterfly
  • Monarch
  • Tiger swallowtail
  • Southern dogface

Correct Answer: Monarch

Fact: The monarch butterfly has striking orange and black wings and is known for its remarkable yearly migrations. Monarchs can primarily be found in North, Central, and South America.

Question 2: What is an insect called when it is in a cocoon?

  • Pupa
  • Egg
  • Larva

Correct Answer: Pupa

Fact: A cocoon serves as a covering for moths and butterflies when they're in the pupal stage of their lifecycle, which is part of their transformation into adults.

Question 3: Which monarch are these butterflies named for?

  • Ferdinand V
  • William III of England
  • Catherine the Great

Correct Answer: William III of England

Fact: England's King William III was also known as the Prince of Orange. It is believed that the monarch butterflies' orange wings reminded early European settlers of William's title, earning them the royal moniker.

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