Top 10 dogs facts Selected as the most interesting among dogs related questions in Dogs quiz Which dogs are known to eat fish?Dingos ancestors that were brought to Australia were relatively undomesticated and closer to wild Asian gray wolf. The dingo's diet includes bandicoots, rodents, echidnas, crabs, fruits, and other plants, as well as insects (mostly beetles). On Fraser Island, dignos often eat fish.Created by: globalquiz.orgcarnivores facts » Which mammals have the best sense of smell?Bears. The area of nasal mucous membrane in a bear's head is 7 times greater than a bloodhound's (and one hundred times larger than in a human's). Polar bears have been seen to march up to 40 miles in a straight line to reach a prey animal they have detected.Created by: globalquiz.orgbears facts » Which dogs have blue eyes?Siberian Husky. Siberian Huskies are known for blue eyes. They commonly have one more unusual trait called heterochromia - a difference in iris coloration between the left and the right eye.Created by: Kasiaeyes facts » When were dingos introduced to Australia?3500 years ago. Dingos were introduced to Australia from Southern Asia with one of the waves of human settlement thousands of years ago, when dogs were still relatively undomesticated and closer to their wild Asian gray wolf parent species. They developed features and instincts that distinguish them from all other canines.Created by: globalquiz.organimals of Australia facts » Which animals do Muslims consider impure and evil?Black dogs. According to a Sunni narration classified as authentic by Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj, black dogs are a manifestation of evil in animal form. According to many Muslim scholars, a contact with a dog's saliva requires one to wash seven times. The British Transport Police receives complains suggesting that sniffer dogs trained to detect explosives should no longer come into contact with Muslim passengers.Created by: globalquiz.orgMiddle East facts » Which army used anti-tank dogs during the WW2?Soviets. Anti-tank dogs were taught to carry explosives to tanks. The original idea was for a dog to release the bomb and return to the operator, but it was unsuccessful and replaced by an impact detonation procedure. The U.S. military trained anti-tank dogs in 1943 for use against fortifications, but never deployed them.Created by: globalquiz.orgtanks facts » What animal is that?African wild dog is not a dog, it does not even belong to Canis genus (where dogs, wolves and foxes belong), having fewer toes and different dentition. It was once widespread across Africa, but today the species is endangered. The name "painted dog" is being promoted by some conservationists as a way of "re-branding" the species, to avoid negative connotations of "wild dog".Created by: globalquiz.orgmammals of Africa facts » Where does the name of Rottweiler breed come from?The city of Rottweil. Rottweiler is one of the oldest of herding breeds. It is likely that the Rottweiler is a descendant of ancient Roman drover dogs, brought into modern day Germany by Roman legions. During the Middle Ages, the dogs were known as "Rottweil butchers' dogs" (German: Rottweiler Metzgerhund) because they were used to herd livestock and pull carts laden with butchered meat and other products to market.Created by: globalquiz.orgzoology facts » Which part of a dog's or a cat's eye reflects the light?A layer behind retina. Many vertebrates, especially nocturnal ones, have the reflecting layer called tapetum lucidum. It reflects the light back through the retina, increasing the amount of light available to the photoreceptors. Created by: globalquiz.orgcats facts » How many sets of teeth do dogs get?Two. The average puppy has 28 deciduous (temporary or baby) teeth, which remain for only three to seven months. Adult dogs have 42-44 teeth.Created by: globalquiz.orgteeth facts » Play dogs quiz and see all the questions.