The visual Oz Quizz – Answers

Why are Burger King restaurants called Hungry Jack’s in Australia?
When Burger King moved to expand its operations into Australia, it found that its business name was already trademarked by a takeaway food shop in Adelaide. As a result, Burger King provided the Australian franchisee, Jack Crowin, with a list of possible alternative names derived from pre-existing trademarks already registered by Burger King and its then corporate parent Pillsbury that could be used to name the Australian restaurants. Cowin selected the “Hungry Jack” brand name, one of Pillsbury’s US pancake mixture products, and slightly changed the name to a possessive form by adding an apostrophe and “s” to form the new name “Hungry Jack’s”.

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What’s the purpose of those bars on the front of this car?
Kangaroos and their smaller kin, wallabies, are famed for their tendency to leap into the path of highway traffic, endangering not only their own lives but those behind the wheel.
A study from the University of New South Wales, in Sydney, has found the giant marsupials account for 60% of fatalities and 40% of injuries in accidents involving animals in NSW.
There were 13 human deaths in almost 2,100 crashes involving kangaroos between 1996 and 2005, with a person treated for injury from such a crash once every three days.

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What does BYO stand for?
In Australia and New Zealand, the term “BYO” (Bring Your Own) emerged to describe business establishments that offered corkage (droit de bouchon). It is believed that restaurants in Melbourne, in the state of Victoria, were advertising as “BYO” establishments by the 1960s with the concept becoming popular in New Zealand in the late 1970s.BYOB

The Audio Oz Quizz – Answers

Question 1 – Recording from BrisbaneCapture d’écran 2014-02-22 à 07.36.22In every city, crossings are organized this way. Everyone respects the guidance, nobody but tourists would cross when the light is red. And the noise comes with the lights.

Question Two – Recording from CairnsBats in cairns

Currently, Cairns Regional Council and the Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort are planning to disperse a colony of spectacled flying-foxes from the Cairns. Of course, environmental associations flight against this decision : “The colony does not pose a significant risk to the community, and we believe it should be left where it is. Flying-foxes are important pollinators and seed dispersers, and help to keep the rainforest healthy. In addition, the colony attracts many tourists who come to see the flying-foxes roosting during the day and flying out at night.”
Well, in my opinion, it is terribly noisy and pretty scary…

Question 3 – Recording from the Daintree Forestaborigines-music-452x298.jpg
This is a Didgeridoo. It is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia around 1,500 years ago and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or “drone pipe”.

The Audio Ozzzzzz Quizzzzzzz

Here are 3 audio recordings. Your mission, should you decide to accept it: identify the sources…

 

 

Answers will be published within the next 48 hours !!!

Answer to poll: ”What are those Korean oldies doing in this field?”

80% of you thought they were taking good care of the plants… But no!
They were, like the 20 other per cent replied, catching bugs.

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Locusts actually.

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Probably not only for their own consumption but also to sell them grilled on the market.

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This woman was ashamed. So when I pointed my camera on her plastic bag full of vivid insects, she tried to hide it in her hands…

Questions and Answers about Seoul

 

What is that label?Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.45.45Suitcase shoot on the airport conveyor belt, label screwed, telling there is not food inside

 

What are those boxes in the sky?Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.11.37

Just some lunch boxes hanged for an happening during the Seoul Festival.

Why is there a plastic pocket on trees?
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They are sick, and need to be feed with glucose. Incredible but true.

What are those showcases on every single metro platform?Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.12.44
Oxygen masks, in case of chemical attack in the metro

What are those colorful items sold on the market yesterday?
Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.14.31 Scratching sponges for your dishes

In which hole should I put my postcards to Europe?Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.09.42We asked a guy who was passing by. In the right one.

Who is that guy?Capture d’écran 2013-10-04 à 16.15.35
Alex, my brother 🙂