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Conservation and Biodiversity Questions - All Grades

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Grade 4 Conservation and Biodiversity
Which is a cause of habitat destruction?
  1. too many plants
  2. thriving animals
  3. great weather
  4. pollution
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Species that are in danger of going extinct are called
  1. endangered.
  2. threatened.
  3. fossilized.
Grade 8 Conservation and Biodiversity
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
When a plant or animal organism is gone forever it is
  1. extinct.
  2. endangered.
  3. threatened.
  4. fossilized.
Grade 8 Conservation and Biodiversity
The illegal killing or removal of wildlife from their habitats is
  1. poaching.
  2. habitat destruction.
  3. habitat fragmentation.
  4. deforestation.
Grade 9 Conservation and Biodiversity
Which description characterizes a stable ecosystem?
  1. one type of organism
  2. two types of organisms
  3. at least one type of plant and one type of animal
  4. a wide variety of organisms
Grade 5 Conservation and Biodiversity
Maintaining biodiversity is important because biodiversity
  1. uses resources.
  2. destroys habitats.
  3. uses up land.
  4. helps the environment.
Grade 5 Conservation and Biodiversity
Which situation does not maintain biodiversity?
  1. growing a variety of plants on a farm
  2. protecting all the species in an ecosystem
  3. protecting the habitats in an ecosystem
  4. removing an important predator from the ecosystem
Grade 9 Conservation and Biodiversity
If fish reproduce at a slower rate than the rate at which they are caught, how will their population change?
  1. It will decrease.
  2. The fish will swim to other bodies of water.
  3. It will not change.
  4. It will increase dramatically.
Grade 5 Conservation and Biodiversity
When an animal becomes extinct, the ecosystem becomes
  1. wild.
  2. weak.
  3. unbalanced.
  4. balanced.
Grade 9 Conservation and Biodiversity
Grade 9 Conservation and Biodiversity
A species that impacts the survival rates of other species in an ecosystem is a(n)
  1. endangered species.
  2. keystone species.
  3. niche species.
  4. extinct species.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Instead of killing animals for their ivory or horns, we should
  1. make laws that protect them.
  2. create habitats where they are protected.
  3. both a and b
Grade 6 Conservation and Biodiversity
What are three types of biodiversity?
  1. species, genetic, and ecosystem
  2. mutation, disorder, regression
  3. genes, cells, traits
  4. water, land, mountains
Grade 5 Conservation and Biodiversity
What is the most important reason endangered species should be protected?
  1. People pay a lot of money to visit zoos and see endangered animals.
  2. Protecting endangered species removes pollution from the environment.
  3. Endangered species are viewed as unique by the people in the community.
  4. When any endangered species dies, it affects other animals within the ecosystem.
Grade 8 Conservation and Biodiversity
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