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2014 Science 4

Quiz 3 pages 32 -44

tiny hairs for hearing and sensing sensible
an animal that captures and eats other animals predator
a young insect which looks almost like an adult nymph
eyes which enable an insect to see in almost all directions at once compound eyes
a word describing animals which are most active after dark nocturnal
a disguise that allows a blending in with the surroundings camouflage
another name for the three stages of insect growth incomplete metamorphosis
the name for a disguise that makes a harmless animal look like a harmful one mimicry
What is the state bird of Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, and Wyoming? Be able to recognize this bird. Western Meadowlark