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DK Quiz Fishing

DK Quiz Fishing

DK Quiz Fishing

These are the answer for DK Quiz Fishing Question and Answers, Cheats, for Easy , Medium, Hard on all level of the game. This game is developed by Dorling Kindersley at Dorling Kindersley Ltd.

1. Someone who fishes with a rod and reel is called an…


2. For approximately how many years have humans been fishing?


3. How many fishermen are there estimated to be worldwide today?

38 million

4. What is a common fishing technique?

All of these

5. What type of fish has been exported from Norway to Southern Europe for over 1,000 years?

Dry cod

6. Who were the early fishing people of Japan?


7. What is a fisherman’s equipment commonly called?


8. What is a sought after fish for big-game fishermen?


9. Where are fish often raised for commercial purposes?

Fish farm

10. Which fishing process sees the removal of a shark’s fin and the body discarded?

Shark finning

11. What Asian delicacy are the fins used for?

Shark-fin soup

12. Where are Largemouth bass usually caught?


13. The jaguar fishes from a tree branch using its tail as a lure on the water’s surface.


14. Flathead catfish are notorious for having…

A nasty bite

15. Sturgeons are one of the biggest North American fish, and can weigh up to one ton.


16. What kind of fishing uses repetitive casting to attract fish to the water’s surface?

Fly fishing

17. Pearl fishing has taken place in India since the 1st century BCE.


18. Fish have inhabited the Earth for over 450 million years.


19. How many people rely on fish as their main source of animal protein?

One billion

20. What is “Phishing”?

An Internet scam

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