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BBC - KS2 Bitesize - Science - Plants and animals

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Science > Living Things > Plants and animals - Quiz

Plants and animals
Print 1.Which of these things are you NOT likely to find in a park or garden? An earthworm An oak tree A crab 2. Which of these animals is most likely to live in apond? A water spider A caterpillar An ant 3. Which of these is most likely to grow in woodland? Algae An oak tree A cactus 4. A habitat is an animalbehaviour a shop where animals go to buy things for their homes a place where animals and plants live 5. Which collection of animals might you find in a seashorehabitat? Zebras, lions and elephants Owls, caterpillars, oak trees Barnacles, seagulls, crabs 6. A frog is adapted to its pond habitat by being brightlycoloured having webbed feet growing into an adult froghttp://www.bbc.co.uk/apps/ifl/schools/ks2bitesize/science/quizengine?quiz=plantsandanimals&templateStyle=science Page 1 of 2

BBC - KS2 Bitesize - Science - Plants and animals

10/26/10 6:02 PM

7. Why does a heron have a long sharp beak? To catch fish Tolook cool To fly faster 8. Why do African elephants have big ears? To keep cool To hear better To fly 9. Where would you expect to find a woodlouse? In a hot,sunny place In a dark, damp place In a dark, dry place 10. Which habitat does a rabbit live in? Desert Meadow River Check Score

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