Reading- How to Save a Baby Elephant Quiz
1. The descriptions of the Tsavo National Park suggest that animals there are usually ___________.
a. at home
2. Which of the following statements is not true?
a. Elephants live in large, extended families
b. Baby elephants rely on their mothers' milk for their first two years of life.
c. Elephants can live for decades.
d. Most countries still allow the sale of ivory.
3. Why do poachers hunt elephants?
a. to protect communities from elephant attacks
b. to reduce the huge elephant population
c. to sell their tusks for large sums of money
d. to use elephants as a source of food
4. Which happened right after the antipoaching team found the baby elephants?
a. The team drove her to a rescue plane.
b. A lion attacked the baby elephant.
c. A park ranger fired a shot in the air.
d. none of the above
5. How did Ishanga act when she first arrived at the orphanage?
a. frightened and upset
b. outgoing and curious
c. sad and shy
d. calm and unsocialable
6. What did the orphanage staff fear when Ishanga passed out?
a. that she was too afraid of humans
b. that she would awake in a rage
c. that she wouldn't live
d. that she would sleep through her meals
7. How did the other elephants show Ishanga that she was welcome at the orphanage?
a. They extended their trunks to her.
b. They showed her around.
c. They licked her ears.
d. both A and B
8. What is the author's tone, or attitude, at the end of the story?
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