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What is the deep sleep that some animals go into during the cold winter months? Hibernation
What type of animal has hair and provides milk for its young? Mammal
What is an instinctive behavior? An inborn behavior, such as forming a chrysalis
What is a structure or behavior that helps an organism meet its needs for survival? Adaptation
What is an animal with dry, scaly skin, such as a lizard? Reptile
What is it called when some birds fly south for the winter? Migrating
What type of animal lives part of its life in water and part on land? Amphibian
What is it called when animal faces a very high chance of extinction? Endangered
How can we tell the type of food a bird eats? By studying the beaks of the bird.
What is the correct order of the stages in the frog life cycle? egg – tadpole – froglet – adult
What is an example of an organism changing its environment to ensure its survival? A beaver building a dam that turns a brook into a pond.
How is the beak of the hawk adapted to its diet? It is sharp and pointed for tearing meat.
How is the beak of the duck adapted to its diet? It is wide and flat for scooping and straining organisms from the water.
How are the feet of the duck adapted to the bird’s habitat? They are webbed for swimming.
How are the feet of the hawk adapted to the bird’s habitat? They have sharp talons for grabbing and killing prey.
Created by: bhogan