Animal Quiz (Grade 4 and above)


Read below to learn about animals.

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Animal Quiz For class 4 and above

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What do we call a baby goose?

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Which one among the following statements is correct about the animals?

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What do Carnivores eat?

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____ are clusters of eggs laid by frog.

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The process in which an animal undergoes several changes, before it becomes an adult is called:

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The process of shedding of old skin by animals is known as

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The habit of some animals to sit on their eggs to keep them warm is called ________.

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Mammals give birth to young ones but this animal is an exception. It lays eggs.

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Polar bears undergo ______ to survive in extreme winter.

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The animals who change their body temperature according to the temperature of their surrounding are categorized as -

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A natural place where an organism lives is its _________. It provides the organism with food, water, air, and shelter.

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The smallest living mammal is:

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Which of the following is not an amphibian?

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Each species of cephalopod produces slightly differently coloured inks. What kind of creature produces blue black ink ?

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  1. All animals are made up of cells that do not have cell walls.
  2. All animals are multicellular organisms they evolved from unicellular eukaryotes.
  3. Most animals reproduce sexually. Some are capable of asexual reproduction by fragmentation, budding, or parthenogenesis.
  4. All animals are capable of self-propelled motion at some point in their lives.
  5. The place where an animal lives is called its habitat.
  6. All animals are capable of responding to external stimuli through the use of nerve, muscle, or contactile tissue.
  7. Animals reproduce. Some animals are capable of or rely on asexual reproduction, like sea stars and some forms of snakes. In all other respects, these organisms meet the criteria for being members of the animal kingdom.
  8. All Animals have to eat food to live and grow. Some animals eat only plants. They are called herbivores. Some animals eat only meat. They are called carnivores. Some animals eat both plants and meat. They are called omnivores.
  9. Some animals are cold blooded while some are warm blooded. Cold-blooded animals are those which cannot regulate their internal body temperature with the change in the environment. They cannot survive in extreme temperature conditions. Examples of cold-blooded animals are reptiles, fish, etc. Warm-blooded animals are defined as the animals which can regulate and maintain constant internal body temperature. They can survive in any temperature range as they can adapt to it easily. Mammals are the best examples of warm-blooded animals.

 

75
Created on By Kriti

Animal Quiz For class 4 and above

1 / 14

What do we call a baby goose?

2 / 14

Which one among the following statements is correct about the animals?

3 / 14

What do Carnivores eat?

4 / 14

____ are clusters of eggs laid by frog.

5 / 14

The process in which an animal undergoes several changes, before it becomes an adult is called:

6 / 14

The process of shedding of old skin by animals is known as

7 / 14

The habit of some animals to sit on their eggs to keep them warm is called ________.

8 / 14

Mammals give birth to young ones but this animal is an exception. It lays eggs.

9 / 14

Polar bears undergo ______ to survive in extreme winter.

10 / 14

The animals who change their body temperature according to the temperature of their surrounding are categorized as -

11 / 14

A natural place where an organism lives is its _________. It provides the organism with food, water, air, and shelter.

12 / 14

The smallest living mammal is:

13 / 14

Which of the following is not an amphibian?

14 / 14

Each species of cephalopod produces slightly differently coloured inks. What kind of creature produces blue black ink ?

Your score is

The average score is 57%

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