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Zoology Questions - All Grades

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The Zoology questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Continuing Education
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Grade 7 :: Zoology by JeffreyLockett
Which of the following characteristics of living things best explains why birds fly south for the winter?
  1. living things reproduce
  2. living things maintain internal balance
  3. living things respond to their environment
  4. living things are based on a universal genetic code
Grade 3 :: Zoology by mfrank1
Grade 1 :: Zoology by Nborham
Grade 3 :: Zoology by ChristyAlisa
Invertebrate is an animal
  1. that has a spinal column
  2. that is lacking a spinal column
  3. an animal that eats fruit and meat
  4. that eats plants
Grade 3 :: Zoology by ChristyAlisa
Grade 1 :: Zoology by JuliaAhmed
fishes swim with their
  1. legs
  2. hands and feet
  3. fins and tails
  4. face
Grade 1 :: Zoology by JuliaAhmed
Some animals live in
  1. water
  2. land
  3. trees
  4. all the above
Grade 9 :: Zoology by abrown1201
The body of an annelid has
  1. a backbone
  2. an external shell
  3. segments that are like rings
  4. stinging tentacles
Grade 9 :: Zoology by abrown1201
What type of symmetry does a starfish exhibit?
  1. bilateral symmetry
  2. radial symmetry
  3. no symmetry
  4. spherical symmetry
Grade 9 :: Zoology by McBobbo
There are two main types of thermoregulatory organism, endotherms and ectotherms. What is the difference between the two?
  1. Endotherms change their body temperature internally by their metabolism, whereas ectotherms absorb their body heat by absorbing it from the environment.
  2. Ectotherms change their body temperature internally by their metabolism, whereas endotherms absorb their body heat by absorbing it from the environment.
  3. Both endotherms and ectotherms regulate their body heat internally, though they do so using different biological mechanisms.
  4. Both endotherms and ectotherms regulate their body heat by absorbing heat from the environment, though they do so using different biological mechanisms.
Grade 7 :: Zoology by gf_quiz
Fish that live in the upper layers of water in an estuary are called:
  1. Euryhaline fish
  2. Adadromous fish
  3. Benthic fish
  4. Benthopelagic fish
  5. Pelagic fish
Grade 7 :: Zoology by gf_quiz
A fish that can survive in wide ranges of salinity is called:
  1. Perch
  2. Euryhaline fish
  3. Carp
  4. Northern Pike
  5. Catfish
Grade 7 :: Zoology by gf_quiz
Fish that migrate from salt water to fresh water rivers to spawn are called:
  1. Pelagic fish
  2. Euryhaline fish
  3. Benthopelagic fish
  4. Anadromous fish
  5. Benthic fish
Grade 7 :: Zoology by _Oranges_
QUESTION: How does the sea star reproduce?
  1. It is slow growing and produces up to 5 million eggs
  2. It is fast growing and can produce up to 20 million eggs per adult female.
  3. It can't produce.
  4. All of the above.
Grade 7 :: Zoology by _Oranges_
QUESTION: How does the star move?
  1. It floats
  2. It swims
  3. It has arms that moves the animal around.
  4. They move water from their vascular system into little tube feet in order to expand and move.
Grade 9 :: Zoology by abrown1201
Sexual reproduction occurs in
  1. fish
  2. amphibians
  3. mammals
  4. all choices are correct
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