As part of Nature-Photographer David Slater’s project
in Indonesia, Naruto the Macaque performed a certain
activity and it went viral on social media. Later, PETA
sued Slater, saying he can’t make money off the
_______, since the monkey owns the copyright.
Shockingly, the court case wasn’t about whether it is
really is art, but about whether animals have the same
rights as humans. Slater received a favourable ruling.
What did Naruto do?
In December 2015, Donald Trump posed for the cover
of the TIME magazine with this beautiful animal called
Uncle Sam at Trump Towers, the most appropriate to
pose with the president. However this Uncle Sam
decided to take the billionaire down at the Trump
towers. Trump later explained, “What you will do for a
cover – this ……...is seriously dangerous but beautiful,”
What kind of animal is Uncle Sam?
The _________ appears as the vahana (vehicle) of the
river goddess Ganga, Narmada and of the sea god
Varuna. In Hindu iconography, it is considered
guardians of gateways and thresholds, protecting
throne rooms as well as entryways to temples.
It is described as the animal with the body of a fish,
trunk of an elephant, feet of a lion, eyes of a monkey,
ears of a pig, and the tail of a peacock.
Haw Par Corporation Limited is a Singapore-based
company which owns the XY Brand. The X Symbol
resembles with Instant Work, Powerful etc and X is the
anglicised version of Haw, the inventor's son. However
the Chinese Emperors' physicians may have discovered
the XY formulation in China a long time ago.
Identify this household common, that also makes
The most popular meme of 2013 called ____, consists
of a picture of a ________ dog accompanied by multi-
colored text in Comic Sans font in the foreground. The
text, representing a kind of internal monologue, is
deliberately written in a form of broken English.
There is also a cryptocurrency called ’ ____coin’ and
reached a capitalization of US$60 million in January
2014. The meme also featured on a NASCAR.
Name the meme and species of dog featured
The X or Sausage Cat is a new
breed of cat characterized by
its very short legs, which are
caused by a genetic mutation.
The X is considered the Corgi of
the feline world.
X is also an affectionate pet
name used for one's girlfriend
and / or partner who is
playfully mischievous and
Paloma X, was born with a very famous surname, and
an inherited love for art. Paloma is a very famous
designer and businesswoman, best known for her
designs for Tiffany and Co.
Her father, a lifelong pigeon fancier named her after
‘pigeon’ in Spanish. She was also represented in many
of her father’s works like Paloma in Blue and Paloma
with and Orange. What is X?
Mars Inc, set up in 1911, produces a lot of products that
have now become household names. These include
chocolates like Bounty and Mars. In 1934, Mars limited
acquired Chappel brothers. Chappel brothers canned
low quality meat to come up with a very novel product,
which was branded as Chappie. How do we now know
this product line?
The Vultures in The Jungle Book (1967) were originally
supposed to be voiced by X. 'That's What Friends Are
For' or 'The Vulture Song' in the movie was written
keeping in mind the famed X.
They even bear some similarity to X with their voices
and mop-top haircuts. However, scheduling issues
arose and they were also against working in an
Georges Prosper Remi was a Belgian cartoonist. He never owned a dog
all his life, but the proprietor of a cafe he frequented owned a terrier-
who was the inspiration for X (one of his most famous characters).
X’s original French name Milou—an abbreviation of Marie-Louise—is
borrowed from the nickname of Hergé's first girlfriend, Marie-Louise Van
Cutsem. Marie-Louise's father disapproved of Hergé's low social
standing, and the young couple's relationship consequently deteriorated.
Nevertheless, Hergé remained fond of Marie-Louise.
Who is X, the character who caused particular difficulty to animators in a
certain 2011 film adaptation?
X, a lovable character who goes on to fight two villains
with names reminiscent of a nursery rhyme, graced
films twice. Both times, it was voiced by the same
person. X is diminutive in size, so animators imagines
his voice to be high and squeaky. However, they
eventually zeroed in on Antonio Banderas, who has a
heavily accented and hoarse voice. However this
worked well, as Banderas still receives requests to
voice the character. Which character?
X, during his lifetime and after, was held up as a
symbol of faithfulness and loyalty in Japanese culture.
X was bought by a Japanese professor. However, the
professor died of cerebral hemorrhage in 1925.
Unfazed, X waited for him at their regular meeting spot
for 10 years until his death. Which adorable dog is this,
who has been immortalised in statues, films and
This term was coined by Dodie Smith in her children's
book The Hundred and One Dalmatians, the sequel of
which was Starlight Barking. This term(and the
associated phenomenon) features as a prominent plot
device in a certain 1961 animated Disney movie. Smith
described this phenomenon as dogs' was of keeping in
touch with distant friends, passing on important news
and enjoying a good gossip session. Which term?