When you think about visiting a farm or an agricultural fair, what's the first thing that comes to mind?

Probably the animals.

Although there are vegan (not made from animal products) alternatives available for the foods that farm animals provide, cows, chicken, pigs and less traditional farm animals like llamas and ostriches still play important roles on farms across the country.

Good luck! And don't forget to click "Tell Me My Score" when you get to the last question.

TRUE OR FALSE:
When one llama has a problem with another llama, they stick their tongues out to show they're unhappy.

TRUE OR FALSE:
Some breeds of chicken can lay coloured eggs, like green or blue.

TRUE OR FALSE:
Goats are lousy swimmers.

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TRUE OR FALSE:
An eyeball pupil can come in many shapes: a human's pupil is round and a cat's is a slit. Sheep are very unique as their pupil is shaped like a rectangle.

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TRUE OR FALSE:
Pigs are considered to be the most intelligent animal.

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TRUE OR FALSE:
That red flap of skin hanging off a turkey's nose is called a snood. Both male and female turkeys have the same size snoods.

Image by RitaE from Pixabay

TRUE OR FALSE:
When rabbits are happy, they jump for joy.

TRUE OR FALSE:
Cows are colour blind and cannot see the colour blue.

TRUE OR FALSE:
The legs of a foal (baby horse) are almost the same length as they will be when it's full grown.

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TRUE OR FALSE:
You can find a barn owl in the old barn on the farm by listening for their distinct "hoot" sound.

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