Incorrect. The kiwi has two tiny, rudimentary wings which are useless for flight.
Quidditch is played with broomsticks, which the players fly on. There are also four balls, a quaffle, a snitch, and two bludgers. It is played on a quidditch pitch with two goal hoops.
The Quaffle - a large, bright red ball used to score points (10 points per goal) Two Bludgers - round, jet black balls enchanted to fly at and harm players, which can be directed, using clubs, at the opposing team, by players known as Beaters. The Golden Snitch - a small golden ball with wings which must be captured by a seeker in order to win their time 150 points. Also, in the early stages of the Harry Potter Quidditch video game, the player will train to be a seeker using the Golden Snidget, which is a small golden bird with fully rotational wings. (Not a ball, but still).
There are 4 different balls used in Quidditch: -The Quaffle : Used for scoring, Is a bright scarlet colour, Is the biggest ball. -The Bludgers: There are two of them, used by beaters to knock people of brooms. -The Snitch: This is a small golden ball, Caught by the Seeker to end the game and earn 150 points.
The two wings are called the hind wings and the fore wings
Real tennis Quidditch
1.) The quaffle 2.) The bludger
In Quidditch you play with four balls; - One Quaffle - Two Bludgers - One Golden snitch.
Each bee has two separate pairs of wings. There are the larger of the two wings and the smaller of the two in the back, making four wings altogether.
All airplanes have at least two wings.
Two pairs Is the answer.