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This Week, the Answer Man Looks at the Continent of Africa

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1. TRUE or FALSE: Farmers in Africa have had great success with domesticating zebras.

2. TRUE or FALSE: Elephants have no natural enemies.

3. This desert is said to be the oldest in the world and the only desert in Africa that is inhabited by giraffes, lions, elephants and rhinos. Name it.

4. TRUE or FALSE: Africa is almost an island, with the only connection to other land being the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.

5. TRUE or FALSE: The average giraffe is 6 feet tall at birth.

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FALSE. While many have tried, zebras have never been successfully domesticated like horses.

2. TRUE. Poaching is the biggest threat to these 6-ton creatures.

3. The Namib Desert.

4. TRUE.

5. TRUE.

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