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Animal adaptations (worksheet 1)

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  • 1. Sponge 1....Adaptations This is a daily exercise to be used while teaching theSlideShare presentationAnimal Adaptations found in: http://www.slideshare.net/MMoiraWhitehouse 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection and appropriate temperature are all necessary for animals to live. These things are called the ___________ of animals. a. life free zones b. tundra regions c. biome needs d. basic needs
  • 2. 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection andappropriate temperature are all necessary foranimals to live. These things are called the___________ of animals. a. life free zonesb. tundra regionsc. biome needsd. basic needs
  • 3. 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection andappropriate temperature are all necessary foranimals to live. These things are called the___________ of animals. a. life free zonesb. tundra regionsc. biome needsd. basic needs
  • 4. 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection andappropriate temperature are all necessary foranimals to live. These things are called the___________ of animals. a. life free zonesb. tundra regionsc. biome needsd. basic needs
  • 5. 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection andappropriate temperature are all necessary foranimals to live. These things are called the___________ of animals. a. life free zonesb. tundra regionsc. biome needsd. basic needs
  • 6. 1. Food, oxygen, water, shelter, protection andappropriate temperature are all necessary foranimals to live. These things are called the___________ of animals. a. life free zonesb. learned behaviorc. physical traitsd. basic needs
  • 7. 2. A physical trait that allows an animal to satisfy a need is called:a. a learned behaviorb. an adaptationc. an unwanted behaviord. a habitat
  • 8. 3. Abehaviorthat allows an animal to satisfy a need iscalled: a. an adaptationb. a physical traitc. a habitatd. an environment
  • 9. 4. Why did dinosaurs become extinct? a. The earth became too dry for them to live.b. The sun’s rays became too strongc. They did not adapt to their changing environment.d. Sabretooth tigers ate all the young dinosaurs. http://www.flash-screen.com/
  • 10. From video “Elephants)”5. The video on elephants listed several adaptationsthey have to meet their needs in their environment.Which of the following is not one of those adaptations. a. Large ears to use for fans to keep cool.b. Blowing dust on its skin to scratch itchy places.c. Ability to jump over low objects.d. A trunk used for getting water and food.
  • 11. From video “Golden Monkey (stub nose)”6. The golden monkeys live in the mountains where theair can be very cold. What adaptations do they have todeal with the cold weather? a. They build sturdy tree houses that are well insulated.b. They have thick long furc.. They huddle together to stay warmd. b and c
  • 12. From video “Sea Otter”7. Because sea otters eat a variety of shellfish, the following adaptation has been very useful. a. They eat only soft shellfish. b. They use rocks to break open the shells of the shellfish. c. They lie with the shellfish on their stomach so the sun will warm it up. d. They throw the shellfish at boulders to break them apart.
  • 13. 8. A raccoon learning to release the latch on a garbage can where it can smell food, is an example of: a. Its habitat b. High level thinking c. An adaptation d. Something raccoons have known how to do for thousands of years. http://www.flickr.com/
  • 14. 9. Why do predators have eyes in the front of their face and prey have eyes on the sides of their head? a. Predators have eyes in front to follow and pursue prey.b. Prey have side looking eyes to detect predators approaching.c. There is no connection between location of eyes and animals eating habits.d. both a and b are true.

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