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Third Grade (Grade 3) Conservation and Biodiversity Questions

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Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Species that are in danger of going extinct are called
  1. endangered.
  2. threatened.
  3. fossilized.
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 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 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
When we cut down trees or drain wetlands, what do we do to the habitats of many living things?
  1. help
  2. destroy
  3. build
  4. plant
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Forests being torn down is called
  1. biforestation.
  2. deforestation.
  3. reforestation.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Which condition would threaten animal survival?
  1. cleaning water
  2. protecting air
  3. cutting trees
  4. preserving shelter
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
An organism is                 when there are only a few living members of its kind left.
  1. extinct
  2. endangered
  3. migrating
  4. adapting
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Why should man not kill animals for personal profit?
  1. The animals can become extinct.
  2. Killing could destroy a food chain.
  3. both a and b
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
To keep alive or in existence is to
  1. dig.
  2. fossilize.
  3. preserve.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
                describes a species that no longer exists because it died out.
  1. Dead
  2. Extinct
  3. Expired
  4. Lost
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Trees being planted to replace a forest is called
  1. biforestation.
  2. deforestation.
  3. reforestation.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Waste products that damage an ecosystem are called             pollution            .
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
A living thing is           extinct          when no more of its kind are alive.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
What might happen if prairie dogs become extinct?
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
How does the building of new homes and roads by humans affect the plants and animals that live in that are?
What might happen if larger animals live there?
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