Animal Life Worksheet-4

Animal Life Worksheet-4

 

  1. Learning a new trick to survive is a kind of _______.

A. shape adaptation                    B. smart adaptation

C. physical adaptation                D. behavioral adaptation

 

  1. What is the living part of an ecosystem called?

A. Producer       B. Country         C. Factory          D. Community

 

  1. Why do some animals hibernate?

A. To survive summer.               

B. To survive flood.

C. To die in harsh conditions using less energy.

D. To survive harsh conditions using less energy.

 

  1. What is metamorphosis?

A. An organ.                                 

B. A stage of life.

C. A change in body form of an animal.

D. A change in environment.

 

  1. Which type of the reproduction process supports heredity?

A. Budding                                     B. Regeneration

C. Fertilization                              D. All of the above

 

  1. Where do the nutrients get absorbed into the blood?

A. Small intestine                         B. Large intestine

C. Kidney                                      D. Veins

 

  1. What is food processing?

A. A step in food gathering process that shortens the food gathering time.

B. A process that changes and improves food quality so that we can consume it properly.

C. A process that spoils food quality.

D. A process that improves food value.

 

  1. How many legs does an insect have?

A. Six                  B. Four               C. Eight              D. Two

 

  1. What is a sexual reproduction?

A. A reproduction in which offspring are produced by a single parent.

B. A reproduction in which offspring are produced by two parents.

C. A reproduction in which offspring are produced by cloning.

D. A reproduction in which offspring are produced by cell division.

 

  1. Other than touch, what other things are detected by the skin?

A. Sound                                         B. Brightness

C. Temperature and pain            D. Bitterness

 

Answer Key:

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