Each answer contains an animal
|1.||What is the nickname of the Argentinian national rugby union team.|
|2.||Common name used to describe British police cars|
Panda cars. (Note: British police cars have never been black & white, they have always been brightly coloured. The term is believed to date from black & white TV programmes ie Z Cars).
|3.||Which children's TV programme, first broadcast in 1989 followed the exploits of handyman Simon and his puppet companion, a badly-behaved creature with a passion for mashed potato.|
Bodger & Badger
|4.||What is the name of the light controlled pedestrian crossing that enables cyclists to cross without having to get off their bikes (whereas normally they should dismount). These crossings have a green & red bike light alongside the red & green man lights.|
Toucan crossing. (Note: ZEBRA is common, PELICAN is controlled by a set of traffic lights, with a button & a green man, PUFFIN have sensors on top of the lights and in the pavement so they know when a person has finished crossing).
|5.||What was the name of the 1986 no1 by Spitting Image|
The Chicken song
|6.||In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book, Kaa was a python, Bagheera a black panther, and Raksha a mother wolf. Which animal was Hathi.|
Elephant. (Colonel Hathi, the elephant march).
|7.||Name the NFL (American football) team based in Miami.|
|8.||What can be defined as "moving 550 pounds a distance of one foot in one second"|
|9.||In 1892, Tchaikovsky wrote the ballet The Nutcracker, basing it on Hoffman's story "The Nutcracker and the xxxx xxxx"|
|10.||Name the scaleless, jawless fish, often incorrectly believed to be an eel, that can be carnivorous & found locked on to other fish & feeding on it's blood.|