Serval Quiz For Kids


Serval Quiz For Kids

Serval Quiz For Kids — Photos: top line by A1 Savannahs, bottom right copyright Helmi Flick and bottom left: sorry I have lost the photographer’s name. Please leave a comment.

Please click on the START button and have fun. This is a serval quiz for children or anyone else because the questions are not that easy but they are multiple choice and you get points even if you get the first answer wrong. You can try again and again. Therefore, it isn’t that tough. Anyway, it is meant to be a bit of fun to test your knowledge and perhaps learn a bit about the serval at the same time. There are one or two clues in the picture.

Serval Quiz For Kids

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Kids, and parents who want an easy read, can read about the serval on this page. The serval is popular with people because they are not that aggressive. But never think you can make a serval behave like a domestic cat. They are much larger and they are wild cats. They can be a bit scary. You will never remove the wild personality from the tame serval. This is good. Please let them live in the wild, in Africa, where they belong and where they can be themselves. Don’t make them a “pet”.

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Serval Quiz For Kids — 10 Comments

  1. Where did you get that upper right photo? They are both beautiful, even if the Serval looks a bit displeased at being held for the shot. Trusts her, and I’m guessing she released him/her immediately out of love, caring.

  2. It’s a very good quiz for kids in that there are explanations at the bottom for each answer, I got one wrong, I overestimated how high a serval can jump and it hinted try lower….which I think is a good way to teach kids (and adults interested in cat facts too) by another chance to guess the right one.
    I can imagine kids going back on and having another go to get them all right and that way the right answers will stick in their minds.

    • I am pleased you found it OK, Ruth. It is quite tricky doing these both from the software point of view and the questions. I agree the best thing is that kids can try again and still get points and then learn about the serval. That is the important thing for me.

  3. question 6, Michael, you little Shit! lol The answer ‘c’ was oh boy, and i love fun with this, because you know, you aren’t “posing” these questions towards children…A1 Savannah lovers! F1’s, F2’s and Servals. lol! love it!

    • Caroline what’s with the ‘little shit’ you keep on calling Michael? Maybe it’s not the same in your country but here it’s an insult and very unkind and unjustified.

      • It took me a long time to accept that phrase/name. I did not know, after finally letting it go and acclimatizing myself. I meant it a the highest honr, in the cat world. 🙁 my mistake. Truly sorry.

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