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Science test

QuestionAnswer
What did the paleontologist find the shell as? A fossil
What did John do to make the hamsters have white spots. Selective breeding
What occurred to the mammoth after his death in the tar pit? Fossilization type: asphalt
What is the type of fossilization where minerals fill the cellular spaces and crystallize leaving original shape of the plant or animal preserve in rock? Permineralization
Amber=? A lizard trapped in hardened tree sap
Carbonization=? The black shape of a fern found on a sedimentary rock.
Freezing=? A wooly rhino discovered in artic ice.
Permineralization=? The skeleton of a T-Rex
Asphalt=? A prehistoric ancestor of the horse is found in the La Brea Tra Pits.
Who is the scientist who developed the theory of natural selection? Charles Darwin
What are the scientist who study fossil of dinosaurs and other ancient life? Paleontologist
The lemurs on the island have claws and the lemurs on land can eat off the bushes. What is this breeding called? Natural selection
What can animals do with coloration? Hide, warn predator, and to attract mates
What do animals use their feet for. Swimming, catching prey, holding onto surfaces, running, holding great weights, balancing, and weight distribution on soft surfaces like sand, mud, and snow.
What are oder glands for? Attract mates, fend off predators and rivals, and attract insects and attract insects and other things to help pollinate other flowers.
What are 4 major ways that plants spear their seeds? By air, by water, by animals, and by land. These are Characteristics of seeds.
What are thorns? Hard sharp parts of a plant stem meant to protect the fruit of the plant.
What are the shapes of beaks for? Catch insects, tear into fruit, and crush seeds.
What is the adaptation that is the resemblance of one organism to another or to an object in surroundings use for concealment and protection from predators? Mimicry
What do ears do? Here sounds from a distance, navigate, listen for mating calls, to receive communication sounds warning of danger.
What do teeth do? Summer shirt for biting and Terry me others are five square for chewing plants send him needle like ones for injecting venom.
What do wings do? Wings allow animals to move around in the air, which helps him get food, flee and live far away from predators, balance and swim for some, Many even use them as camouflage
What do you spines do? Spines are used to keep animals upright defense so me and protecting the spinal cord.
What does fur do F First purpose is to insulate from cold or too much eat serve as camouflage use to Aignal danger, to pr the ski, and To sence their immediate surrounds.
When a butterfly looks like an out it's an example of -? Mimicry
A tiger uses its what? Feet teeth and coloration
The adaptations the Spotify as you can to survive are? Mimicry, feet, wings, ears
What different adaptations do flowers used to attract insects and other animals to help them pollinate. Coloration and odor glands
Animals you different adaptations to find a mate which do not help them find a mate? M Mimicry, thorns, characterisics of seeds, teeth
A blackberry bush has thorns to protect its fruit from the eaten which Adaptation would be best for you to have if you were an animal trying to eat these berries. Fur
Created by: K_Kaysen