1. What characteristic do all of the Sidney mascots have in common? olympic.org They're all marsupials. Correct Incorrect They're all marsupials. They're all made-up animals. Correct Incorrect They're all made-up animals. They're all animals that come from Australia. Correct Incorrect They're all animals that come from Australia. They're all animals from the Sydney coat of arms. Correct Incorrect They're all animals from the Sydney coat of arms. Correct! Wrong! They're all animals you'll find in Australia: a kookaburra, a platypus, and an echidna. 2. What is the relationship between the mascots from the 2004 Athens games? olympic.org Mother and son. Correct Incorrect Mother and son. Brother and sister. Correct Incorrect Brother and sister. Husband and wife. Correct Incorrect Husband and wife. No relationship. Correct Incorrect No relationship. Correct! Wrong! They're brother and sister. Their designs was inspired by artifacts recovered from ancient Greece. Their names were derived from the gods Athena and Apollo. 3. Which Olympic games does his tiger belongs to? olympic.org Jakarta, 2002 Correct Incorrect Jakarta, 2002 Beijing, 2008 Correct Incorrect Beijing, 2008 Bombay, 1980 Correct Incorrect Bombay, 1980 Seoul, 1988 Correct Incorrect Seoul, 1988 Correct! Wrong! Hodori was the mascot for the 1988 games in Seoul. In fact, there has never been Olympic games in Bombay or Jakarta. :P 4. What's the name of this little guy who was the mascot for the Atlanta '96 games? olympic.org Izzy Correct Incorrect Izzy Ziggy Correct Incorrect Ziggy Guzzy Correct Incorrect Guzzy Iggy Correct Incorrect Iggy Correct! Wrong! Izzy had a line of toys, a series of collectible pins and even his own video game. 5. Sam, the Olympic eagle from the Los Angeles '84 games, was created by an animator at Disney. True or False? olympic.org True! Correct Incorrect True! False! Correct Incorrect False! Correct! Wrong! Bob Moore was behind Sam's creation. Before that, he worked on various Disney movies, including Dumbo and The Three Caballeros. 6. The five Fuwa from the 2008 Beijing Olympics represent... Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images The Olympic rings and the 5 legendary animals of China. Correct Incorrect The Olympic rings and the 5 legendary animals of China. The center of the Earth and the four cardinal compass points. Correct Incorrect The center of the Earth and the four cardinal compass points. The Olympic rings and the 5 elements of nature. Correct Incorrect The Olympic rings and the 5 elements of nature. The 5 human senses and the 5 natural elements. Correct Incorrect The 5 human senses and the 5 natural elements. Correct! Wrong! Each of the Fuwa represents an Olympic ring and one of the following elements: water, plants, fire, air and earth. 7. What artistic style inspired the design of Cobi from the Barcelona '92 Olympics? olympic.org Art Deco Correct Incorrect Art Deco De Stijl Correct Incorrect De Stijl Cubism Correct Incorrect Cubism Bauhaus Correct Incorrect Bauhaus Correct! Wrong! Cobi was created by the artist Javier Mariscal and his design was inspired by Spanish cubism. 8. This odd little bear was the mascot from which Olympic games? YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images Moscow, 1980 Correct Incorrect Moscow, 1980 Nagano, 1998 Correct Incorrect Nagano, 1998 Montreal, 1976 Correct Incorrect Montreal, 1976 Rio, 2016 Correct Incorrect Rio, 2016 Correct! Wrong! Misha was created by Victor Chizhikov, a well-known children's story illustrator. 9. Which of the following about Wenlock, from London 2012, is FALSE... olympic.org His bracelets represent the Olympic rings. Correct Incorrect His bracelets represent the Olympic rings. His eye represents Big Ben. Correct Incorrect His eye represents Big Ben. The three points on his head represent the awards podium. Correct Incorrect The three points on his head represent the awards podium. The yellow headlight of his head is inspired by the London taxis. Correct Incorrect The yellow headlight of his head is inspired by the London taxis. Correct! Wrong! The yellow headlight on Wenlock's head is inspired by the London taxis, the three points on his head represent the awards podium and his bracelets the Olympic rings. 10. Waldi was the third official Olympic mascot. True or False? olympic.org True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! Waldi, from Munich '72, was the first official mascot of the Olympic Games. The winter games in Grenoble '68 had a mascot, but it wasn't official. 11. What is the mascot of the 1976 Olympic games supposed to be? olympic.org A squirrel. Correct Incorrect A squirrel. A sparrow. Correct Incorrect A sparrow. An otter. Correct Incorrect An otter. A beaver. Correct Incorrect A beaver. Correct! Wrong! Amik is a beaver, and it was the official mascot for the Montreal '76 games. 12. What's the name of the mascot for the Rio '16 Olympics? olympic.org Velus Correct Incorrect Velus João Correct Incorrect João Vinicius Correct Incorrect Vinicius Janeirus Correct Incorrect Janeirus Correct! Wrong! The name is inspired by Vinicius de Moraes, a Brazilian musician. Mollie Shafer-Schweig / Via BuzzFeed The Opening Ceremony begins Friday, Aug. 5, at 7:30 p.m. ET/6:30 CT on NBC. Click here for more Olympics content!