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Activity whose egg is this- ages 8 and under

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  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Snapping_turtle_eggs_md.jpg
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/26796550@N00/186483034 - ostrich egg http://www.flickr.com/photos/10276031@N02/3187395452 - snake eggs http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Emu_egg_and_quail_egg.JPG
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gasteracantha_mammosa_spiderlings_next_to_their_eggs_capsule_2.jpg - spider eggs
    http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/htmls/fish3465.htm - fish eggs
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rustyblackbird/2460844548/ - caterpillar eggs
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/saveena/231011022/ - frog eggs
    http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/enlarge/ostrich_image.html - ostrich
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/49503155549@N01/153917225 - caterpillar
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/24588628@N00/2585698132 - snapping turtle
    http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/844098- spider
    http://www.jeremiahblatz.com/personal/pics/Australia_Travel_Pictures_2009/day12/170_Speckled_Fish_Great_Barrier_Reef.html - fish
    http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-9613423- snake
    http://frank.itlab.us/photo_essays/wrapper.php?may_28_2009_botanic_garden.html - frog
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    • 1. HELPING ANIMALS • ENLIGHTENING PEOPLE • CHANGING LIVES Whose egg is this? Can you match the egg to the parent?
    • 2. Introduction Welcome to the ‘whose egg is this’ quiz! Each answer will have a blue button beside it- click on this button to see if you have the right answer When you see the blue arrow at the top of the page click it to move to the next question Good luck!
    • 3. Who does this eggs belong to? Ostrich Spider Bird Crocodile
    • 4. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! That egg belongs to an Ostrich.
    • 5. Who do these eggs belong to? Spider Turtle Snake Caterpillar
    • 6. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! This caterpillar has laid it’s egg on the tree branch.
    • 7. Who do these eggs belong to? Frog Fish Turtle Caterpillar
    • 8. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! Turtle’s return to their home to lay their own eggs, burying them underneath the sand.
    • 9. Who do these eggs belong to? Bee Caterpillar Spider Fish
    • 10. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! Some spiders build a sac egg to protect the baby spiders.
    • 11. Who do these eggs belong to? Snake Platypus Turtle Fish
    • 12. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! A fish’s egg is jelly-like, and helps to protect the baby fish.
    • 13. Who do these eggs belong to? Snake Platypus Turtle Bird
    • 14. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! A snake will lay it’s batch of eggs underneath the soil to hide from predators.
    • 15. Who do these eggs belong to? Frog Seahorse Fish Bird
    • 16. Correct Well done, that is the correct answer! Frogs like to select hidden places underneath the water to lay their eggs. Plants can help to protect a frog’s cluster of eggs.
    • 17. Well Done! You have completed the ‘Whose Egg Is This?’ quiz. Click here to try the quiz again or press escape to exit.
    • 18. Incorrect Good try, but that’s not the correct answer. Click on the blue button to try again.