Animal Life – Reproduction in Animals - Questions


Practice Page 1

Q1.

State True (T) or false (F).

 

a. Bats lay eggs.___________

 

b. Crocodile is a mammal._________

 

c. Moulting is a process by which the baby insect shed their skin before they grow into an adult. _________

d. Frog eggs hatches into small tadpoles. ___________

Q2.

Fill in the blanks.

 

a. Some animals lay eggs and others give birth to _________________.

 

b. Animals that give birth to young ones are called ________________.

c. ____________ and ____________ lives in water but they give birth to young ones.

d. All living thing _________________ to replace their old and dying forms.

e. Young one of cockroach is called _______________.

f. _________________ is a process by which living organism produce another one of their own kind.

Q3.

Match the following.

 

Caterpillar

Yolk

Larva

Larva of housefly

Biggest egg in the world     

Larva of butterfly

Maggot

Worms that comes out of an egg

Yellow part of the egg

Egg of the shark



Practice Page 2

Answer the following:

What are different parts of egg?

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Why do animals reproduce?

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List two ways of reproduction among animals.

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Explain the following term.

Moulting

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Reproduction

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Metamorphosis ___________________________________________________________

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