Form and Movement in Animals Worksheet-1

Form and Movement in Animals Worksheet-1


Multiple-Choice Question:

  1. Earthworm has a tube like segmented body. It is "identical", that means: 

(A) Each segment has complete set of organs.

(B) Each segment contains specific set of organs which perform different functions.

(C) Each set has identical organs.

(D) Each segment contains a complete set of organs and acts as a separate working unit.


  1. Despite its lack of legs, snake is vibrantly fast creature. Why?

(A) Because of the presence of scales.

(B) They move by crawling on their bellies.

(C) Scales aid in crawling movement.

(D) All of these.


  1. How do snake’s scales help in crawling movement?

(A) Scales provide body-to-ground friction.

(B) Scales secrete mucous which provides moisture for movement.

(C) Scales have hair like projections which aid in movement.

(D) Any of these.


  1. The major bones in the upper body are:

(A) Sternum and Ribs

(B) Femur, Tibia and Fibula

(C) Pectoral and Pelvic girdle

(D) Tarsals and Metatarsals


  1. The major bones in the lower body are:

(A) Tarsals, Metatarsals and Phalanges

(B) Carpels and Metacarpels

(C) Cranium, Mandible and Maxilla

(D) Clavicle and scapula


  1. What is the name given to the formation of bones from cartilage?

(A) Ossification                             (B) Osteoporosis                

(C) Osteogenesis                           (D) None of these


  1. Which of the following is not a type of bone in the human body?

(A) Circular      (B) Irregular     (C) Long            (D) Small


  1. Though there are 206 bones in the human body, they are not spread evenly throughout the body. Where can be most of the bones found?

(A) Legs             (B) Hands          (C) Face             (D) Feet


  1. Bones serve many inevitable functions. Which of these is not the function of bones?

(A) Filtering the harmful materials from the body

(B) Storing the minerals

(C) Protecting the body

(D) Supporting the body


  1. Osteoporosis is a bone disease which is caused due to lack of:

(A) Vitamin A                                (B) Vitamin B

(C) Vitamin C                                (D) Vitamin D


Answer Key

(1)–(D); (2)–(D); (3)–(A); (4)–(A); (5)–(A); (6)–(A); (7)–(A); (8)–(B); (9)–(A); (10)–(D)