Animal Adaptations
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  • Question 1
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    What does it mean to CAMOUFLAGE?

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    when a weak animal copies a stronger animal to warn of predators

    when an animal is able to change colors to survive in an enviornment

    when an animal hibernates during the winter.

  • Question 2
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    What is HIBERNATION?

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    when a weak animal copies stronger animal to warn off predators.

    when an animal hides in the cold winter and sleeps until the spring

    when a larger animal eats its prey

  • Question 3
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    What is MIMICRY?

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    When a weak animal copies stronger animals to warn predators

    when you are the prey.

    when an animal hides in the cold winter and sleeps until the warm spring.

  • Question 4
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    Which is NOT a physical adaptation?

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    a bear hibernating in the winter

    a bird with a sharp beak

    a fish with scales on its body

  • Question 5
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    A baby turtle crawling towards the ocean right after it's born is called?

    answer choices

    mimicry

    camouflage

    instinct behavior

  • Question 6
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    Why would a bunnies fur be brown in the summer and white in the winter?

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    The rabbit likes to change fur color

    The bunny learned it from his parents

    The changing of fur color help the bunny blend in with it's surroundings.

  • Question 7
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    A chameleon lies next to a large blue flower so predators can NOT find it. This is an example of

    answer choices

    camouflage

    mimicry

    migration

  • Question 8
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    Birds flying south 800 miles to find food and to escape cold winters is an example of

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    Hibernating

    Migrating

    Camouflage

  • Question 9
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    A scientist sees a bird while walking outside. She notices the bird has a sharp beak. What can the scientist infer about this bird?

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    The bird is a male bird

    The bird travels long distances

    The bird preys on animals for its food

    The bird is very pretty

  • Question 10
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    How are teeth, camouflage and mimicry the same?

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    They are all behaviors.

    They are used by all insects.

    They each can help an animal survive.

    They are used ONLY by predators

  • Question 11
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    A green snake blends in so predators can NOT find it. This is an example of?

    answer choices

    Hibernation

    Mimicry

    Migration

    Camouflauge

  • Question 12
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    A baby leopard stays with it's mother and she teaches them how to hunt for food. This is called?

    answer choices

    An easy life

    Camouflage

    Instinct

    Learned Behavior

  • Question 13
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    Some butterflies have spots on their wings that look like snake eyes. This is called

    answer choices

    A pretty butterfly

    Instinct

    Learned Behavior

    mimicry

  • Question 14
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    What is Migration?

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    When animals eat what they want

    When animals travel from one place to another to eat or get away from the cold weather.

    When animals are taught how to do something.

  • Question 15
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    What is NOT a physical adaptation?

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    A turtle having a hard thick shell.

    Herons having long legs to wade in the water.

    A bird having a sharp beak to help them catch their prey.

    Baby Cheetahs learning to hunt from their mom.

  • Question 16
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    What is an example of learned behavior?

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    A turtle with a hard shell to protect them from predators.

    A tiger with stripes to help them blend into the jugle.

    A mother Cheetah teaching her cubs to hunt for food.

    A bird with a sharp beak to help them hunt for food.

  • Question 17
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    The teeth in this picture are from an animal that would most likely eat

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    grass

    insects

    fruit

    fish

  • Question 18
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    According tho the graph, which animal travels the longest distance?

    answer choices

    Hummingbirds

    Snow Geese

    Seals

    Monarch Butterflies

  • Question 19
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    Choose 3 examples of how animals behave to help them survive in their habitat.

    answer choices

    Camouflage with their surroundings

    Hissing to scare away a predator

    Gathering and storing food

    Sneaking up on prey without making noise

    Using mimicry to look like another animal.

  • Question 20
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    Choose 3 physical adaptation examples listed below

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    Birds fly south for the winter

    A bird has a sharp beak

    A bear hibernates in the winter

    A fish has scales on its body

    A tiger camouflages himself in tall grass

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