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Zoology Questions - All Grades

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Grade 4 Zoology
Organisms do not compete for
  1. food.
  2. sunlight.
  3. camouflage.
  4. water.
Grade 3 Zoology
Animals without backbones are called
  1. reptiles.
  2. vertebrates.
  3. amphibians.
  4. invertebrates.
Grade 3 Zoology
Grade 3 Zoology
Which animals are found in swamps?
  1. crabs, mussels, muskrats, and egrets
  2. turtles, whales, lobsters, and shrimp
  3. loggerhead turtles, pelicans, and crabs
  4. frogs, cranes, alligators, and turtles
Grade 3 Zoology
A bat uses high pitch sounds to help it see in the dark. This ability is called
  1. locomotion.
  2. sightseeing.
  3. soundseeing.
  4. echolocation.
Grade 2 Zoology
Grade 1 Zoology
Where do animals live?
  1. water
  2. land
  3. trees
  4. all the above
Grade 4 Zoology
Which term best describes the image shown?

Butterfly Lifecycle
  1. food web
  2. life cycle
  3. food chain
  4. water cycle
Grade 3 Zoology
An invertebrate is an animal that
  1. has a spine.
  2. that lacks a spine.
  3. eats fruit and meat.
  4. that eats plants.
Continuing Education Zoology
Continuing Education Zoology
What is the average life span of frogs?
  1. 10 years
  2. 15 years
  3. 20 years
  4. more than 20 years
Continuing Education Zoology
How many species of poisonous frog are there?
  1. 200 species
  2. less than 200
  3. more than 200
  4. None of the above
Continuing Education Zoology
Continuing Education Zoology
What is an adult frog called?
  1. amphibians
  2. Anura
  3. Leptodactylodon
  4. tadpole
Grade 4 Zoology
Vertebrates without scales that live on land and in water are
  1. arthropods.
  2. reptiles.
  3. mammals.
  4. amphibians.
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