Bird Beak Design & Protective Coloration: Question Preview (ID: 7049)


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Eagles and hawks have sharp, curved beaks. This beak style is useful for...
a) tearing or ripping meat b) spearing fish c) finding and eating insects d) gathering small plants and animals from water
Parrots and quail have short, thick beaks. This beak style is useful for...
a) gathering small plants and animals from water b) cracking open seeds c) spearing fish d) finding and eating insects
Ducks and geese have long and flat beaks. These beaks are useful for...
a) spearing fish b) tearing or ripping meat c) gathering small plants and animals from water d) finding and eating insects
Herons and kingfishers have long and sharp beaks. These are useful for...
a) gathering small plants and animals from water b) cracking open seeds c) tearing or ripping meat d) spearing fish
Warblers and swallows have thin and pointed beaks. These types of beaks are useful for...
a) cracking open seeds b) tearing and ripping meat c) finding and eating insects d) spearing fish
Hummingbirds have long, thin beaks. How does this characteristic best help hummingbirds survive?
a) It allows them to crack open nuts and seeds. b) It allows them to sip nectar from flowers. c) It allows them to hide from their predators d) It allows them to peck holes in trees to make nests.
The type of protective coloration where body colors match or blend into an organism’s immediate is called...
a) concealing coloration b) aposmatic (warning) coloration c) masking d) deflection
Patches, stripes, spots, or other patterns catch the eye and make it difficult to see the overall shape or outline of the organism. This type of protective coloration is called...
a) mimicry b) deflection c) masking d) disruptive coloration
The organism has different colors above and below; to counteract the effects of overhead light.
a) concealing coloration b) aposmatic (warning) coloration c) countershading d) disguise
Markings and shapes on the body keep the predator’s attention (and first attack) away from vital parts. One example in “eye spots” that appear on the tail or wings.
a) deflection b) disguise c) countershading d) mimicry
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