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What do snakes and alligators have in common?
a) They have a body made of segments and have smooth, moist skin. b) They give birth to live young and have hallow bones. c) They have no backbone and live in water after hatching from an egg. d) They have a backbone and breathe air.
Which of the following is a trait of plants, but not animals?
a) They make their own food. b) They undergo respiration. c) They need water. d) They feed on other organisms and reproduce by eggs or live birth.
Which of the following is a trait of animals, but not plants?
a) They feed on other organisms and reproduce by eggs or live birth. b) They need water. c) They have no structures for moving. d) They reproduce by seeds and spores.
Which of the following is a characteristics of both plants and animals?
a) They make their own food. b) They have no structures for moving. c) They are many-celled and undergo respiration. d) They reproduce by eggs or live birth.
If you saw an earthworm on a sidwalk, you could correctly conclude that _____________.
a) It is shedding its exoskeleton. b) It stopped to look for food. c) The sidewalk is its shelter. d) It is heading toward a dark, moist area.
What type of body covering do fish have?
a) Scales b) Dry Skin c) Feathers d) Fur (Hair)
What type of body covering do reptiles have?
a) Scales b) Dry Skin c) Feathers d) Fur (Hair)
How do fish and reptiles maintain their body temperature?
a) Their body temperature is determined by the environment. b) Their body temperature is constant, because they are warm-blooded. c) Both a and b. d) Neither a or b.
How do birds and mammals maintain their body temperature?
a) Their body temperature is determined by the environment. b) Their body temperature is constant, because they are warm-blooded. c) Both a and b. d) Neither a or b.
How do fish breath?
a) By using their eyes. b) By using their lungs. c) By using their gills. d) By using their feet.
How do reptiles, births, and mammals breathe?
a) By using their lungs. b) By using their tongue. c) By using their gills. d) By using their fur and feathers.
Jake has a goldfish in an unheated bowl. He feeds and changes the water regularly. The fish dies. What likely happened?
a) The fish overate. b) The fish may have forgotten to sleep. c) The cold water may have lowered it's temperature too much. d) The fish's scales all fell off.
Each bone that makes up a backbone is called a _________.
a) vertebrate b) vertebra c) invertebrates d) gills
Feathery organs that fish use to breath are called ___________.
a) Gills b) Scales c) Organisms d) Vertebra
The hard ____________ of an arthropod protests it.
a) vertebrate b) invertebrates c) fur d) exoskeleton
Animals without backbones are _____________.
a) dead b) invertebrates c) vertebrate d) vertebra
All kinds of livings things are called _______________.
a) mammals b) reptiles c) organisms d) birds
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