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Stingray Chaser

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Atlantic Spotted Dolphin

  • fishing nets -- Why are Atlantic Spotted Dolphins endangered?
  • fish -- What do these animals usually eat?
  • one -- How many offspring do the Atlantic Spotted Dolphins usually give birth to?
  • forty five -- How many years is the Atlantic Spotted Dolphin's usual life span?
  • yes -- Do they live in tropical waters?
  • sounds -- What do the Atlantic Spotted Dolphins use to communicate?
  • summer -- When do these mammals mate and calve?
  • twelve -- How many months is this dolphin's gestation period?
  • fifteen -- What is the amount of dolphins in a usual group?
  • spots -- What shows up on this dolphin along with age?
  • Atlantic -- Which Ocean are these dolphins live in?
  • shark -- What animal is the predator to the Atlantic Spotted Dolphin?
  • two hundred -- What is a grown Atlantic Spotted Dolphin's usual weight in pounds?
  • calves -- What are their babies called?
  • yes -- Do they travel in groups?

Chinchilas

  • ninety -- Have approximately how many hairs per follicle?
  • dust baths -- What do chinchilas need several times a week?
  • captivity -- Chinchilas are most common in _____________.
  • night -- Chinchilas have sensitive whiskers which help them at __________.
  • hearing -- Which of a chinchilas senses is it's greatest?
  • pelt hunting -- Why are chinchilas endangered?
  • herbivores -- Chinchilas eat only plants which means they are ____________.
  • six feet -- How high can a chinchila jump?
  • nocturnal -- Chinchilas are most active at night which means they are ___________.
  • yes -- Do chinchilas live in reserves?
  • seeds and grass -- What do chinchilas mainly eat?
  • Andes Mtns. -- Where do chinchilas live?
  • fibre -- Chinchilas need a lot of ___________ to survive.
  • eight to ten -- In the wild chinchilas can live from ____________ to _____________ years.
  • prey -- Are chinchilas predators or prey?

Gray Wolf

  • timber -- The other name for the gray wolf is the ______ wolf?
  • both -- Are gray wolves being introduced to their natural habitat or nature reserves?
  • yes -- Could it be a bad idea to let gray wolves come into their natural habitat?
  • eight -- What is the oldest most gray wolves can get?
  • carnivores -- The gray wolves eat meat so they are__________?
  • yes -- Can gray wolves have a different color fur then just gray?
  • alpha -- Wich pair of wolves usualy breed?
  • livestock -- Gray wolves are hunted for killing deer and _______?
  • forest -- What habitat do most gray wolves live in?
  • lupus -- The gray wolves binomial nomenclaturs is canis______?
  • no -- Are the parents the only ones that help raise the pups?
  • scavengers -- Gray wolves are usualy carnivores but are sometimes_____?
  • nine -- Gray wolves cary their pups for how many weeks?
  • fourteen -- Gray wolves can have up to how many pups?
  • fifteen -- What is usualy the most gray wolves in a pack?

great white shark

  • bones -- they are not made out of ______.
  • rich -- they prefer animals that have ____fat.
  • chew -- they do not _____ there food.
  • cartilaginous -- what category of fish r great whites listed under?
  • five to seven -- how many gill slits do sharks have?
  • predators -- sharks are not prey but__________.
  • twelve-sixteen -- they grow on average about __________feet.
  • gray -- what is the main color of great whites?
  • fish -- sharks are consitered _______.
  • half -- how many shark attacks are on great whites?
  • month -- they start to develop in the first________.
  • making laws -- how are they tring to stop the extinction?
  • seas and oceans -- main habit of great whites
  • fifteen -- what age do great whites reach maturity?
  • carnivors -- sharks are what kind of eaters?

Koalas

  • extinct -- They were recently?
  • eucalyptus -- what do koalas eat?
  • one -- how many children can a koala have?
  • shuffles -- How do Koalas walk?
  • trees -- Koalas live high in the tops of what?
  • fur -- Koalas were captured for their?
  • wildfires -- What is deliberatly done to clear forest?
  • twelve -- How many tree types do they eat?
  • six -- How long do koalas live in its mothers pouch?
  • herbivores -- Koalas eat only plants so they are?
  • sancturies -- What are flourished in Victoria and Queensland?
  • drink -- What don't they do?
  • two -- how many pounds of food do koalas eat?
  • Australia -- Where do they live?
  • back -- When koalas leave teir mothers pouch they cling to her..?

Komodo Dragon

  • yes -- will a komodo dragon eat another komodo dragon for food
  • Komodeo -- the komodo dragon's binomial nomenclature is Varanus ______
  • when young -- can a komodo dragon climp trees
  • ten ft -- how long can komodo dragons grow up to be
  • six years -- when is a komodo dragon sexually mature
  • fifty -- how many different kinds of bacteria are in the komodo dragons salivia
  • ambushes -- do they hunt in ambushes or alone
  • short -- are komodo dragons good at short or long distances
  • eleven mph -- how fast can they run
  • indonesia -- where are komodo dragons from
  • smell -- do komodo dragons have better eyesight or smell
  • June July -- when is a komodo dragons breeding season
  • four km -- How far can a Komodo dragon smell his prey
  • anything caught -- what do komodo dragons eat
  • twelve -- how many eggs is laid

Manatee

  • nomenclature -- Trichechuss manatuss is the manatee's binomial __________
  • Sea Cow -- What is the manatee's nickname?
  • supported -- Manatees have to live in water because without it they would not be __________
  • yes -- Do manatees have big snouts?
  • boat collisions -- What is one thing that manatees die from?
  • mammal -- What kind of animal is a manatee?
  • herbivores -- Manatee's eat plants so they are __________
  • calf -- What is a manatee's baby called?
  • paddles -- What do manatees tails look like?
  • young -- Manatees take care of their ______ for 12-18 months.
  • aquatic plants -- What do manatees eat?
  • migration -- Manatees move to warmer waters during the winter. This is called ______
  • yes -- Do manatees have flippers?
  • three -- How many kinds of manatees are there?
  • pollution -- We can help manatees by reducing water _________, too.

mississippi moundbuilders

  • the snake mound -- what is their most famous mound
  • park, mounments -- where are their mounds today
  • spirits -- what did they belive in
  • stockades -- what was their security like
  • temples -- where did their city officals live
  • war ,abondmet -- what happen to them
  • indians -- who were their ancesters
  • threethousandbc -- when did they inhabit the land
  • stone mounds -- what were their homes like
  • fish and deer -- what kind of food did they eat
  • animal skins -- what was their clothes made of
  • false -- they had a writing systom like we have true false
  • the mississippi -- where was this groop located
  • mississippi -- what were their fresh water sources near the groop
  • Illinois, Ohio -- where is their civilation in present day

Moon

  • craters -- pits on the moon; caused by meteor strikes
  • month -- time it takes the moon to revolve around the earth
  • eight -- number of phases the moon has
  • Armstrong -- first man to set foot on the moon
  • highlands -- areas on the moon with high elevations
  • Apollo Eleven -- spacecraft that first landed on the moon in 1969
  • solar -- eclipse in which the moon's shadow falls on Earth
  • maria -- flat, dark areas on the moon; also known as "seas"
  • sixth -- gravity of the moon compared to earth
  • phases -- caused by the position and revolution of the moon
  • tides -- effect of gravitational pull of the moon on Earth's waters
  • lunar -- eclipse in which earth's shadow falls on the moon

peregrine falcon

  • three to four -- how many eggs do i lay
  • spring -- when is their mattin season
  • pets -- why do people hunt falcons?
  • talons -- you call my nails what?
  • three ounces -- how much food do i need a day
  • eighty mph -- how fast can i fly ?
  • existing veg. -- what do they lay there eggs on
  • three years -- when are they full grown ?
  • falco peregrine -- what is the binomial nomenclature?
  • carnivore -- i eat rabbits and other birds what am i ?
  • eggs -- I go to the highest peak i can find to lay what
  • no -- do they make there own nest
  • seven lbs. -- how big can a falcon get?
  • north america -- where do find the peregrine falcon?
  • yes -- does a falcon have the same mate each year?

Solar System Quiz

  • The Sun -- What is the center of the solar system?
  • Jupiter -- What is the largest planet?
  • Mars -- Which planet is called the red planet?
  • No -- From earth,can you see both sides of the moon?
  • Pluto -- What is the name of the dwarf planet?
  • one-sixth -- What fraction of Earth's gravity does the moon have?
  • Saturn -- Which planet has chunks of ice in its rings?
  • Mercury -- Which planet is closest to the sun?
  • Meteors -- What are the craters on the moon caused by?
  • Neptune -- Which planet has 11 moons?
  • The Core -- What is the center of the sun called?
  • Venus -- Which planet has clouds of sulfuric acid ?
  • Earth -- Which planet can sustain life?
  • eight -- How many moon phases are there?
  • Uranus -- Which planet rotates from top to bottom?

tasmanan devil

  • babies -- can have up to fifty babies at a time
  • dingos -- wild dogs use to hunt them
  • babies -- are born blind and death
  • carrion -- eat dead animals
  • tasmanian -- home of the tasmanian devil
  • pink ears -- turn purple when angry
  • scream -- to scare of other devils
  • lifespan -- they live for eight years
  • habitat -- is leaver logs and dens
  • facial tumor -- devils get a rare tumor in the face
  • prey -- snakes, birds, rodents,l izards,and lambs
  • hunting -- they almost were _______to extiontion
  • breeding -- happens at the males den for two weeks
  • goverment -- made a law outlawing hunting them
  • carnivoures -- only eat meat

The endangered bald eagle

  • white -- The bald eagle is called "the bald eagle" because it has a black body with a ____________ head.
  • eight feet -- How long can a bald eagle's wingspan get?
  • two to three -- How many eggs do bald eagles lay each year?
  • carnivore -- What type of diet do bald eagles have?
  • sight -- Which sense is the bald eagles strongest sense?
  • talons -- Bald eagles swoop down and use their ____________ to capture food.
  • day -- What time of day do bald eagles hunt?
  • eight feet -- How long can a bald eagle's nest be?
  • three months -- How long do the baby bald eagles stay with their parents?
  • seven to ten -- How many pounds can a bald eagle weigh?
  • forests -- Where do bald eagles live?
  • a ton -- How heavy can a bald eagle's nest be?
  • hatch -- It takes thirty five days for bald eagle eggs to ____________.
  • perch in trees -- How do bald eagles find food?
  • DDT -- What bug killing chemical made the bald eagle become endangered?

tigers

  • laws -- What protects tigers from being hunted?
  • four -- How many cubs can a tiger give birth to?
  • yes -- Is it a good swimmer?
  • pets -- What do hunters catch tigers as?
  • both -- Do tigers live in warm or cold climates?
  • Asia -- Where do they live?
  • spring -- When does it breed?
  • five -- How many sub - species are there?
  • yes -- Can they eat rotton meat?
  • bengal -- What tiger is largest?
  • seven -- How many days does a female stay fertile?
  • sixty six -- how many pounds of meat can it eat at one time?
  • eleven -- After how many months can a cub hunt by themself?
  • eighty -- How many days can mates remain together?
  • large -- What size animals do tigers hunt?

Viceroy Butterfly

  • leaves -- Viceroy caterpillers eat poplar and willow_________.
  • nectar -- What do adult viceroys eat?
  • meadows -- Another habitat of the viceroy butterfly are __________.
  • true -- True or false: The viceroy can only be found in southern Canada through northern Mexico.
  • threat -- The loss of land is the viceroy's ____________.
  • eggs -- Adult viceroys lay ____________ on the poplar and willow trees' leaves.
  • swamps -- Another place viceroys live are in __________.
  • monarchs -- Birds don't eat viceroys after they have eaten _____________.
  • mimics -- The viceroy __________ something at every life stage.
  • no -- Is the viceroy poisonous?
  • zoos -- We are putting viceroys in ______________ to help them.
  • habitats -- Marshes are one of the __________ of the viceroy.
  • trees -- Viceroys live in the poplar and willow _____________.
  • September -- The viceroys migrate from April to ______________.
  • monarch -- What animal does the viceroy mimic?

water

  • hydrogen -- one oxygen and two of these atoms make a water molecule
  • hardness -- measure of water quality that tells the amount of magnesium and calcium
  • surface tension -- creates a "skin" on water's surface
  • seven -- pH level of pure water
  • hydroeletric -- power source from moving water
  • precipitation -- rain, sleet, snow and hail are examples
  • point -- pollution source that can be easily identified
  • capillarity -- water's ability to travel through pores
  • lakes -- Most usable fresh water is found on the surface in rivers and this
  • pollution -- any substance that negatively affects water quality
  • one -- percent of usable fresh water on Earth
  • aquifer -- underground rock layer that holds water
  • expands -- water does this when it freezes
  • polar -- Water can dissolve many substance because it is this
  • conservation -- using water wisely
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