Articles > Quizzes & Surveys > New Zealand’s Unique Fauna – Quiz New Zealand’s Unique Fauna – Quiz Quiz Choose the best answer. 1. New Zealand's most iconic bird Takahē Kererū Kiwi Whio 2. Flightless, nocturnal, endemic wētā punga – the ‘god of ugly things’ Tree wētā Cave wētā Ground wētā Giant wētā 3. The only land mammals recorded in New Zealand Long-tailed bats Short-tailed bats Llesser short-tailed bats All of the above 4. Which of the following is true about tuatara? Tuatara is the largest lizard in New Zealand. Tuatara have stayed the same and did not evolve and so they looked exactly as their ancestors. Tuatara is the only living representative of the ancient group, Rhynchocephalia. Tuatara are found anywhere else in the world. 5. Which of the following is NOT true about Leiopelma frogs? Leiopelma frogs make chirping sounds. Leiopelma frogs do not have external eardrums. Leiopelma frogs lunge forward when catching prey. Most of Leiopelma frogs lay eggs hatching to tadpoles. Send Your Results (Optional) Your Name To Email Time is Up!