[Answer] The term ‘buffalo soldiers’ was given to

Microsoft Rewards Bing Homepage Quiz [2-13-2022] Question: The term ‘buffalo soldiers’ was given to…

The given options are as follows:

  • Rangers who protected bison herds
  • Those who hunted bison on horseback
  • African Americans who served in the US Army

The correct answer is: African Americans who served in the US Army

Fact: African American Army regiments posted in the West after the Civil War were dubbed ‘buffalo soldiers’ by Native Americans—some say because of their ferocity as fighters; other say because their dark, curly hair resembled a buffalo’s mane. The name stuck and was applied to Black soldiers in World Wars I and II, before troops were racially integrated.

Today’s [2-13-2022] “Microsoft Rewards Bing Homepage Quiz” has three questions related to Bison. Each question has only one correct answer and carries one point. The wrong answer does not earn any points. So, select only the correct answers.

All three questions of today’s Bing Homepage Quiz are the followings:

  1. The term ‘buffalo soldiers’ was given to
  2. These bison live in Yellowstone National Park. The park’s boundaries extend into
  3. What carnivore is the main natural predator of bison?

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