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Warning coloration is ___.
a) a kind of camouflage
b) a way to warn predators away
c) always black and white
d) always a sign that an animal is poisonous to eat

Some birds use Earth's magnetic field ___.
a) to attract mates
b) to navigate
c) to set biological clocks
d) to defend territory

To defend againgst predators, an animal might use ___.
a) camouflage
b) warning coloration
c) toxins
d) all the answers

___ is NOT an example of how animals might deal with a food shortage.
a) migration
b) estivation
c) social behavior
d) hibernation

Reading is an example of ___.
a) an innate behavior
b) a behavior controlled by genes
c) a learned behavior
d) an inherited behavior

The relationship between a worm and a robin can be expresseed as ___.
a) vertebrate:invertibate
b) prey:predator
c) producer:consumer
d) prodaryote:eukaryote

A walking stick blends in with its environment. Therefore, a walking stick uses ___ to protect itself from predators.
a) deadly toxin
b) irritating chemicals
c) camouflage
d) warning coloration

A skunk uses ___ to protect itself from predators.
a) deadly toxins
b) irritating chemicals
c) cdamouflage
d) warning coloration

Which of the following colors would most likely be find on a poisonous animal?
a) blue
b) green
c) brown
d) orange

Which of the following describes an animal's use of camouflage?
a) mimicking a leaf or a rock
b) not moving so its natural color blends in with the background
c) changing color to match the environment
d) all of the answers

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