Which baby has the best mother

Which baby has the best mother

  • A baby gorilla has one of the best mums in the world.
  • A grown-up gorilla may look a bit frightening to us, but she is loving and gentle to her young one.
  • She feeds her baby for up to three years
  • She protects and helps her baby until it is grown up.
  • Gorillas are a type of ape.
  • All the apes make jolly good mums.
  • Gorillas do not have tails.
  • They have 32 teeth- the same number as humans.
  • They live in groups called troops.
  • They construct beds of vegetation to sleep in at the end of the day.


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Refer the given composition to answer the following questions:

  1. Which baby has the best mother?

(A)Dogs                (B) Lions              (C) Monkeys        (D) Gorillas


  1. How does a grown up gorilla look like?

(A)Cute                (B) Smart             (C) Frightening    (D) Ugly


  1. How is grown up gorilla to her young one?

(A) Strict              (B) Gentle            (C) Harsh              (D) Violent


  1. Up to how many years does she feed her baby?

(A) One year        (B) Two year        (C) Three year     (D) Four year


  1. For how long does she protect her baby?

(A) Up to three years                      (B) Up to five years

(C) Until it is grown up                    (D) Whole life


  1. What are gorillas?

(A) Apes               (B) Monkeys        (C) Cats                (D) Bears


  1. How long is gorilla’s tail?

(A) Ten inches                                  (B) One metre

(C) Thirteen inches                          (D) Don’t have any tail


  1. How many teeth grown up human have?

(A) Forty two      (B) Thirty two      (C) Twenty two   (D) Twelve


  1. What are the groups of gorillas called?

(A) Flock              (B) Herd               (C) Crowd            (D) Troop


  1. Where do gorillas sleep?

(A) On the bed of wool                   (B) On the bed of cotton

(C) On the bed of animal’s skin      (D) On the bed of vegetation


Answer keys
1. (D); 2. (C); 3. (B); 4. (C); 5. (C); 6. (A); 7. (D);  8. (B); 9. (D); 10. (D)