Animal Life Worksheet-3

Animal Life Worksheet-3


  1. What are two type of camouflage adaptation?

(a) 1. Change color,  2. Change shape or pattern

(b) 1. Change height,  2. Change shape or pattern

(c) 1. Change color,  2. Move towards water

(d) 1. Look like other animal,  2. Learn to hide


  1. What is migration adaptation?

(a) When animals move from one place to another to find cold weather

(b) When animals move from one place to another as a result of change in environment

(c) When animals slow their growth and development

(d) When animals are inactive for a period in winter


  1. Which organ is not a part of the Nervous System?

(a) Brain                                         (b) Spinal cord

(c) Veins                                         (d) Nerves


  1. Which system protects human body from diseases?

(a) Endocrine System                  (b) Immune System

(c) Respiratory System               (d) Skeletal System


  1. What is the basic unit of life?

(a) Animal         (b) Cell               (c) Organ           (d) Tissue


  1. What is the name of organisms that consist of a single cell?

(a) One cellular organisms        (b) Bi cellular organisms

(c) Unicellular organisms          (d) Multicellular organisms


  1. How are mammals different from birds?

(a) Mammals give birth to babies and birds lay eggs

(b) Mammals lay eggs and birds give birth to babies

(c) Mammals are warm blooded and birds are cold blooded

(d) Mammals are vertebrates and birds invertebrates


  1. What is the correct classification for fish?

(a) Warm-blooded invertebrates

(b) Warm-blooded vertebrates

(c) Cold-blooded invertebrates

(d) Cold-blooded vertebrates


  1. What is the third stage of the complete metamorphosis?

(a) Pupa                      (b) Larva           (c) Adult            (d) Egg


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

(a) Adult            (b) Larva           (c) Pupa             (d) Hydra


Answer Key:

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