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100

Define "symbiosis"

Living together

100

What is the life span of a common goldfish?

20+ years

100

What role of organisms are always found on the bottom of the food chain?

Producer

100

Do bats always turn left or right when leaving a cave? 

Left

100

What is energy measured in?

Joules

200

Define "adaptations"

Special characteristics that allow animals to survive and thrive

200

What continent has the highest percentage of all of the world's forests?

(Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa, South America, North America, Antarctica) 

Europe (Siberia has 25%!)

200

What type of consumer is always at the top of the food chain?

Apex predator

200

Where is the heart of a shrimp located?

In its head

200

What does autotroph mean?

Self-food -> An organism that makes food for themselves

300

What is a predator-prey relationship?

Relationship between two species where the predator kills and eats the prey

300

What is the strongest muscle by size in the human body?

The tongue

300

If an animal has 2 arrows between it and the producers, what trophic level is that animal?

2nd Trophic Level

300

How many weeks does it take a sloth to digest its food?

2 weeks

300

What does heterotroph mean?

Other-food -> An organism that gets energy from other organisms

400

Are the outcomes of competition always +/- for the two species?

No, it can be -/- 

400

How many time zones does Russia have?

11

400

How many food chains are in the following food web?

3

400

What animal has fingerprints that are exactly the same as human fingerprints?

Koalas

400

List 3 ways humans can impact an organism's habitat

At least 3:Overpopulation, Pollution, Global warming, Climate change, Genetic modification, Ocean acidification, Water pollution, Overfishing, Deforestation, Acid rain

500

When a bee lands on a flower, it drinks the nectar to create honey. When the bee leaves, it takes some of the flower's pollen with it. What type of symbiotic relationship is this?

Mutualism - The bee gets food and the flower spreads its pollen

500

What is an aglet?

A metal or plastic tube fixed tightly round each end of a shoelace

500

What are 2 rules for creating food chains?

1. They must always start with a producer

2. The arrows must go from eaten -> eater

500

What is the only mammal that cannot jump?

An elephant

500

What happens to energy as we move up an energy pyramid?

Energy is lost

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