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What do you call the organisms at the beginning of every food chain?
a) Producers
b) Carnivores
c) Herbivores
d) Consumers

Which of the following is NOT one of the Five Kingdoms that scientists use to classify organisms?
a) Gases
b) Protist
c) Fungus
d) Animals

All organisms are made up of tiny parts of matter called ________.
a) Bones
b) Cells
c) Tissues
d) Muscles

Changing the number of producers or consumers within a particular community usually does what?
a) Decreases the number of predators
b) Usually has no effect on the food web
c) Changes the whole food web
d) Decreases the number of herbivores

What is the color of a fish, its shape, its size, the structure of its gills, and the way it acts an example of?
a) Niche
b) Adaptations
c) Behaviors
d) Instincts

What is the best example of a decomposer?
a) Rose
b) Worm
c) Spider
d) Bird

What do you call the 'job' an organism performs in a food chain?
a) Order
b) Preparation
c) Niche
d) Adaptation

Animals and plants go through stages in their life. What is this process called?
a) Food cycle
b) Development process
c) Niche
d) Life cycle

Which animal and habitat pair is NOT correct?
a) Whale - ocean
b) Camel - desert
c) Earthworm - soil
d) Horse - river

With the removal of rabbits from an ecosystem, foxes may choose a different food source. This is an example of:
a) Behavioral adaptation
b) Life cycle
c) Structural adaptation
d) Hibernation

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