Quiz on Films
Akira Kurosawa [March 23, 1910-Sept 6, 1998] was a Japanese film director and screen writer. In a career spanning 57 years, he directed 30 films. He is considered one of the most outstanding and influential filmmakers in the history of cinema.
Scandal , Rhapsody in August , I Live in Fear , One Wonderful Sunday , Rashomon , Seven Samurai [ 1954], The Men Who Tread on the Tiger’s Tail  are some of his notable works. Many of his films have been remade in Hollywood.
Arguably the most famous Japanese director, his body of work stands as a monument of his artistic and personal achievement.
A Squid has a triangular head and an Octopus a rounded one. They are both Cephalopods which means ‘head footed’ as they have no real feet and their head is their most prominent feature.
The Starfish feeds by partially extending its stomach outside its mouth and over the digestible parts of its prey like mussels and clams.
The earthworm can regrow even if cut in half because its nerves are located all over its body. The head part can regenerate its tail but the other half cannot survive.
The Gila Monster of the South American desert and the Beaded lizard of Mexico are two poisonous lizards.