Animal Life Worksheet-1

Animal Life Worksheet-1


  1. What is adaptation?

(a) A process of changing color. 

(b) A process of changing shapes.

(c) Animals learned and inherited behaviors that help them survive in unfavorable environment.

(d) Animal's ability to enjoy pleasant environment.


  1. Which of the following is not a type of adaptation?

(a) Reproduce offspring in a large number

(b) Mimicry

(c) Camouflage

(d) Migration


  1. What is an inherited behavior?

(a) A behavior that is not learned and inherited from parents

(b) A behavior that is learned and not inherited from parents

(c) A behavior that is essential to survive

(d) A behavior that is essential to migrate


  1. What is the passing of inherited traits from parents to offspring called?

(a) Instinct        (b) Trait trade  (c) Heredity      (d) Inheritance


  1. Where is the food processed in the digestive system?

(a) Mouth                                       (b) Stomach

(c) Small intestine                        (d) All of the above


  1. Which of the following is not a part of the Respiratory System?

(a) Nose                                          (b) Heart

(c) Trachea (windpipe)               (d) Lungs


  1. What kind of backbone do invertebrates have?

(a) Upside down backbone        (b) Invisible backbone

(c) Inverted backbone                 (d) They do not have a backbone


  1. What are the cold blooded animals?

(a) Animals that live in cold places

(b) Animals that live in tropics

(c) Animals that have constant body temperature and get energy from food

(d) Animals that get heat from outside its body


  1. What is the first stage of incomplete and complete metamorphosis?

(a) Shell                                          (b) Egg 

(c) Larva or Nymph                     (d) Adult


  1. What is the second stage of the incomplete metamorphosis?

(a) Shell             (b) Egg               (c) Nymph         (d) Adult


Answer Key:

(1)–(c); (2)–(a); (3)–(a); (4)–(c); (5)–(d); (6)–(b); (7)–(d); (8)–(d); (9)–(b); (10)–(c)