The most difficult animals of Australia riddles A list of animals of Australia related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Animals quiz On which continent you may find dromedary camels in the wild?In Australia. The domesticated form occurs widely in North Africa, South Asia and the Middle East, but the only population in the wild is in Australia. Dromedary camels were brought over by the early colonizers as pack animals. They became redundant with the arrival of motor transport, and today's feral herds are their ascendants.very hard 37% in Africain Africa30%in Europein Europe2%in Australiain Australia37%in Asiain Asia29%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 7848 answers in 4 languages »Australia riddles » Which country is the leading producer of wool?Australia is the leading producer of wool (25% of global production) which is mostly from Merino sheep. Other large producters of wool are New Zealand, China and the United States (mostly in Texas and New Mexico).hard 43% United StatesUnited States4%New ZealandNew Zealand42%AustraliaAustralia43%ArgentinaArgentina9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5565 answers in 2 languages »New Zealand riddles » 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.hard 56% 100 years ago100 years ago9%200 years ago200 years ago16%400 years ago400 years ago17%3500 years ago3500 years ago56%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 16036 answers in 2 languages »dogs riddles » This is thorny devil, a lizard famous for its fearsome appearance. Where does it come from?Australia. The desert-dwelling thorny devil is harmless to all except ants. The animal also features a spiny "false head" on the back of its neck, presented to potential predators by dipping its real head. It may be found in the western Australia.hard 57% North AfricaNorth Africa20%South AfricaSouth Africa15%North AmericaNorth America6%AustraliaAustralia57%Created by: Monica Stiller. Statistics based on 12795 answers in 2 languages »reptiles riddles » Which mammal is venomous and dangerous to humans?Platypus. The venom produced in the crural glands of the male platypus is not lethal to humans. However, it produces excruciating pain which does not respond even to morphine; sometimes the pain develops into a long-lasting hyperalgesia that can persist for months. Some biologists suggest that the venom may work directly on the brain's pain receptors. Other venomous mammals are small insectivores and vampire bats, which produce toxic saliva.average 66% slothsloth1%mangustamangusta21%platypusplatypus66%vampire batvampire bat10%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 11918 answers in 4 languages »dangerous animals riddles » What animal is that?Cassowary. Cassowaries have have horn-like but soft and casques on their heads, up to 18 cm long (7 in). The role of cansques is uncertain. The simplest theory is that they protect the skull from collisions, when the birds lower their heads when running. It could be, however, that the casques help to cool blood, protect from falling fruits or amplify low sounds made by cassowaries.easy 78% emuemu8%cassowarycassowary78%pheasantpheasant3%great bustardgreat bustard8%Created by: Shankar Kumar. Statistics based on 7884 answers in 2 languages »birds riddles » Play animals quiz and see all the questions.