Q: What are the "Big Five" animals that people hope to see on game drives in East Africa's preserves?
A: Elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and cape buffalo (not the American bison)
A: Elephant shrew, rhino beetle, ant lion, leopard tortoise, and buffalo weaver (a bird)
Q: What is four feet tall, six feet wide and has miles of muddy tunnels inside it?
A: A termite mound!
Q: What is the national bird of Kenya?
A: The black-crowned (or -crested) crane
Q: Why do zebras cross the road?
A: To get to the other side, Silly!
Q: What do you call a gathering of giraffes?
A: A tower (really!)
Q: What do you call a languishing of leopards?
A: A leap (Sorry. No photo. Leopards are nocturnal animals.)
Q: What do you call an "mzee" (old one) who misses Maisie & Gwendolyn, Huck & Nell, Nico & Nadia -- and wishes them and their families a very Happy Easter with much love?
A: Granny Smith