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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Zoology Questions

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Grade 6 Zoology
A skeleton outside of an animal's body is an
  1. echinoderm.
  2. invertebrate.
  3. exoskeleton.
  4. endoskeleton.
Grade 6 Zoology
An animal whose body temperature changes as the temperature changes around it is
  1. hot-blooded.
  2. warm-blooded.
  3. cold-blooded.
  4. even-blooded.
Grade 6 Zoology
Grade 6 Zoology
Grade 6 Zoology
Grade 6 Zoology
Mountain lions give birth to their young in the spring. How does this reproductive adaptation increase the young mountain lions' survival?
  1. There is less competition for warmth in spring.
  2. Predators only eat plants during spring.
  3. More food is available to the young during spring.
  4. Springtime temperatures make predators hibernate.
Grade 6 Zoology
Which lifeform is NOT a vertebrate?
  1. bird
  2. fish
  3. insect
  4. amphibian
Grade 6 Zoology
Which is not a characteristic of all animals?
  1. All animals digest their food.
  2. All animals are multicellular.
  3. All animals are invertebrates.
  4. All animals have specialized cells for different functions.
Grade 6 Zoology
Grade 6 Zoology
Match the following terms:
__ Fish A. INVERTEBRATES with spiny skin, 5-part radial symmetry, and fluid filled tubes that enable them to move.
__ Sponges B. More simple type of organism that does not have a backbone. Can be classified based on their symmetry shape. 95% of the animal kingdom
__ Invertebrate C. INVERTEBRATE with jointed legs, segmented bodies, hard exoskeleton. Obtain oxygen through gills/spiracles (tubes)
__ Herbivore D. External skeleton
__ Exoskeleton E. HETEROTROPH that obtains nutrients from plants
__ Arthropods F. SIMPLE animals with many pores through which water passes. Filter food and oxygen
__ Echinoderms G. ECTOTHERMIC animals that breath with gills, have scales, fins, and live in water
Grade 6 Zoology
An animal with a pouch, such as a kangaroo, is a
  1. mammal.
  2. rodent.
  3. marsupial.
  4. carnivore.
Grade 6 Zoology
Which group of animals are mammals?
  1. chicken, ducks, and geese
  2. dogs, cows, horses, and cats
  3. spiders, grasshoppers, and mosquitoes
  4. fish, crocodiles, and whales
Grade 6 Zoology
An animal with a backbone is a(n)
  1. nematocyst.
  2. vertebrate.
  3. invertebrate.
  4. parasite.
  5. filter feeder.
Grade 6 Zoology
An animal without a backbone is a(n)
  1. nematocyst.
  2. vertebrate.
  3. invertebrate.
  4. parasite.
  5. filter feeder.
Grade 6 Zoology
What are animals with backbones called?
  1. camouflage
  2. invertebrates
  3. vertebrates
  4. endangered
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