Animal Life Worksheet-3

Animal Life Worksheet-3


  1. Change in body shape of an animal to survive is called _____.

A. shape adaptation                    B. mechanical adaptation

C. physical adaptation                D. behavioral adaptation


  1. What is the habitat of a whale?

A. Air                  B. Ocean            C. Mountain      D. Forest


  1. What is hibernation?

A. Period of time when an animal becomes highly active during summer.

B. Period of time when an animal becomes inactive during winter.

C. Period of time when animals grow.

D. An animal disease.


  1. Animal species that do not adapt to the changing ecosystem will ____.

A. flourish         B. survive           C. be awarded D. be eliminated


  1. How are old cells different from young cells?

A. Older cells are stronger than younger cells.

B. Older cells are more damaged than younger cells.

C. Older cells are same as younger cells.

D. Older cells are brighter than younger cells.


  1. Which system is the control system of animal body?

A. Muscular system                     B. Respiratory system

C. Circulatory system                  D. Nervous system


  1. What is food preservation?

A. A method to keep food from being spoiled for a long time.

B. A method to keep food delicious for a long time.

C. A method to prepare food.

D. A type of spice.


  1. Amphibians live in ______.

A. Land                                          B. Water           

C. Land and water                       D. Sky


  1. What is reproduction?

A. A survival technique.             

B. A vital organ for living.

C. Making of new organisms from existing organisms.

D. A process of eating food.


  1. How does someone feel a touch?

A. Pressure receptors under the nose feel the pressure from touch and sends a signal to the brain.

B. Pressure receptors under the skin feel the pressure from touch and sends a signal to the brain.

C. Brain cells feel the touch pressure.

D. Electrical charge generated from touch sends a signal to the brain.


Answer Key:

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