Mammals
Birds
Amphibians
Reptiles
Insects
Fish
100

Name the animal.


Seal

100

Name three birds that cannot fly.

Emu

Ostriches 

Penguins

Streamer Ducks

Kiwis

Kakapo

Cassowary

Peacock

100

Name 2 different types of amphibians.

Newts

Salamanders

Frogs

Toads

100

These reptiles have no legs.

Snakes

100

The number of legs on an insect

6

100

This Disney Movie is all about a clownfish.

Finding Nemo

200

Defense mechanism of a porcupine

Quills with sharp barbs that will release into an attacker's skin and cause tremendous pain. 

200

This species of bird from the movie Rio is now extinct.


Blue Macaw 

200

Amphibian is Greek for "both kinds of life". They have this name because they live in these two environments.


Land and water

200

Name 2 types of reptiles

Snakes

Turtles

Tortoises

Alligator

Crocodiles 

Lizards


200

This "biting" insect is able to fly in the rain 

Mosquito

200

Name 2 different types of sharks.

Tiger, Hammerhead, Great White, Sawshark, Goblin, Sand, Thresher, Nurse, Bull, Mako, Blacktip Reef, Blue, Basking, Megaladon 

200

The biggest mammal on the planet

Blue Whale

200

Name 3 species of owls found in North America

Barn Owl

Barred Owl

Boreal owl

Brown Hawk Owl

Burrowing Owl

Elf Owl

Great Gray Owl

Great Horned Owl

Long-eared Owl

Mountain Pygmy Owl

Northern Hawk Owl

Saw-whet Owl

Scops Owl

Screech Owl

Short-eared Owl

Snowy Owl

Spotted Owl

200

Name 3 characteristics of amphibians

Survive both on land and in water 

Vertebrates

Smooth, slimy skin

May breathe through skin and sometimes lungs

Cold-blooded

Complex life cycle (larval to adult)

200

The difference between Crocodiles and Alligators.

 Alligators live in freshwater and crocodiles live in saltwater or brackish areas. 

Alligators and crocodiles have different snout shapes.

Crocodiles have one tooth on each side of the lower jaw that sticks up over the upper lip but alligators' teeth are hidden when they close their mouths.

200

The country to which Monarch butterflies in northeastern U.S. and Canada migrate

Mexico

200

The slowest swimming fish in the ocean

Seahorse

300

The fastest land animal on the planet

The cheetah can reach speeds of up to 70 m.p.h. and is the fastest land mammal.
300

In most Native American cultures this bird is the most common symbol of death

Owl

300

Amphibians do this to survive during the winter in cold climates

Hibernate

300

The type of lizard best known for changing colors and blending into its environment

Chameleon

300

Name the Disney movie made in 1998 that is all about bugs.

A Bug's Life


300

True or False

Goldfish have good memories.

True, goldfish can remember obstacle courses up to a month later.

400

The largest member of the dolphin family

Orca

400

            This fast bird.

Roadrunner

400

The largest amphibian.

Giant Salamander


400

Snakes and lizards use this body part to "smell"

Tongue

400

Name 2 types of insects that pollinate plants.

Bees

Butterflies

Flies

Ants

Wasps

400

True or False

Fish can't talk to each other.

False, fish communicate in squeaks and through sign language.

500

Name 2 types of Whales

Grey Whale

Narwhal

Beluga Whale

Blue Whale 

Humpback

500

This bird living at the London Zoo swallowed an alarm clock, roll of film, handkerchief, 3 foot long piece of rope, a pencil, and 3 gloves in addition to other items.

Ostrich

500

Name 3 different types of frogs.

Poison Dart Frog

Tree Frog

Pond Frog

American Bullfrog

Australian Green Tree Frog

Red-Eyed Tree Frog

True Frog

Glass Frog

500

Breed of the largest live animal mascot in college sports

Female buffalo (Cow Bison)


Ralphie, a female buffalo or cow bison, is the University of Colorado Boulder's mascot. 

500

This insects known for its red coloring with black spots eats other insects and are used by farmers as natural pest control

Ladybugs

500

This animal has 3 hearts.

Octopus

600

This mammal flies and practices echo location. 

bat

600

In Finding Nemo, Nigel is this type of bird.

Pelican

600

The smallest amphibian

Tree Frog

600

The main enemy of the chameleon

Man

600

This is the term for an insect changing forms, like a caterpillar to a butterfly.

 Metamorphosis


600

True or False?

Sharks have bones but no cartilage similar to rays, sawfish, and skates

False

Sharks, rays, sawfish, and skates have cartilage, but no bones.

1000

These mammals have pouches that their babies live in until they're old enough to survive on their own.

Marsupial

(Koalas, Kangaroos, Opossom, Sugar Glider, Tasmanian Devil, Wombat, Numbat)

1000

All of the species of birds we have today are descendants of these

Dinosaurs

1000

True or False

Some frogs are poisonous enough to kill an adult human being.

True

1000

The largest and heaviest lizard on Earth growing up to 10 feet in length and weighing up to 300 pounds.

Komodo Dragon



1000

True or False

Grasshoppers have two sets of wings

True

1000

The term used to refer to a fish that makes its own light

Bioluminescent

For example, Anglerfish have a luminescent bulb above the head that lights up and attracts prey.








  








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