Fossils
Habitats
Animal Behavior
Traits
Traits in Outer Space
100

What are two types of fossils?

Bones and imprints

100

You find an animal fossil that has fins. Where did this animal most likely live?

Ocean or river.

100

You find an animal fossil that has flat teeth. What did this animal most likely eat?

Plants (Herbivore)

100

Where do plants and animals get their traits from?

Their parents

100

How is the environment different for people living in outer space?

The force of gravity is not as strong.

200

What 3 things can fossils can tell you about animals?

What the animal looked like, what they ate, and where they lived.

200

You find an animal fossil has a long tail and legs. What habitat might this animal come from?

Forest/ jungle

200

You find an animal fossil with sharp front teeth. What did this animal most likely eat?

Meat (Carnivore)

200

Which 2 of these are a physical trait that living things can inherit?

Blue eyes, color of petals, strong muscles.

Blue eyes, color of petals

200

Name two traits that might be affected if you lived in space for a year.

Strength, balance.

300

How do we know that dinosaurs most likely looked like lizards (3 reasons)?

1) Holes in the back of their skulls, similar to lizards

2) They laid eggs

3) Scientists found imprint fossils from dinosaurs skin, showing that they had scales.

300

You find a shark tooth in the middle of a valley with no water present. Explain how this is possible.

Habitats can change over time. There may have once been a body of water where there is now a valey.

300

What do you call an animal that eats both animals and plants?

Omnivore

300

What trait might be helpful to a polar bear living in the North Pole?

Thick fur, layer of fat

300

How does living in space affect your muscles?

When you are living in space, the force of gravity is not as strong. So, you do not use as much force to complete everyday activities. Because of this, your muscles begin to weaken. 

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