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Ashley cothron quiz

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Animal Classification

Animal Classification

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  • 1. AnimalsBy Ashley Cothron
  • 2. Directions• Please answer each of the following questions about animals and how they are classified. After you select an answer, you will be told if your answer is correct or incorrect. If your answer is incorrect, please return to the same question and try again. If your answer is correct, please continue on to the next question. Good luck!
  • 3. 1. Which one of these animals is a mammal?
  • 4. Incorrect• Unfortunately, this animal is not a mammal. Remember, a mammal’s body is more or less covered with hair. A mammal gives birth to live young and nourishes the young with milk. Keeping this information in mind, go back to the question and try again. BACK TO QUESTION
  • 5. Correct• Congratulations! You are correct! A lion is a mammal because it is covered in hair, it gives birth to live young, and nourishes the young with its own milk. GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
  • 6. 2. Which one of these animals is an arachnid?
  • 7. Incorrect• Unfortunately, this animal is not an arachnid. Remember, an arachnid has a body that is divided into two parts, the thorax and the abdomen. Arachnids have eight legs and no antennae. Using these clues, go back to the question and try again. BACK TO QUESTION
  • 8. Correct• Terrific! A spider is an arachnid! You probably noticed that the body of a spider is divided into two parts and that it has eight legs, making it an arachnid. Good job! Continue on to the next question. GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
  • 9. 3. What type of animal is a dolphin?A. A mammalB. A fishC. An arachnidD. An amphibian
  • 10. Correct• Very impressive! Most people would think that a dolphin is not a mammal because it lives in the water. Even though a dolphin lives in the water, it cannot breath underwater. Dolphins also give live birth to their young instead of laying eggs like a fish, arachnid, or amphibian would. Good job! Continue on to the next question. GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION
  • 11. Incorrect• Unfortunately, this is not the correct answer. Think of the characteristics of a dolphin. Does it give birth to live young or does it lay eggs? Is its body divided into separate parts? Can a dolphin breath underwater? Use your answers to all of these questions in order to pick the correct answer. BACK TO QUESTION
  • 12. 4. Which of these animals is an amphibian?
  • 13. Incorrect• Unfortunately, this is not the correct answer. An amphibian’s larvae is typically aquatic, breathing by gills, and the adult amphibians are typically semi- terrestrial, breathing by lungs and through the moist, glands in their skin. Use these clues to go back to the question and decide which animal is an amphibian. GO BACK TO THE QUESTION
  • 14. Correct• Awesome! A salamander is an amphibian! Salamanders lay eggs and have glands in their skin for breathing purposes. Their larvae is usually kept in water, making it semi-aquatic. To learn more about amphibians and other animals such as mammals, fish, and arachnids click here. EXIT QUIZ

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