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Survey of the Animal Kingdom

 

Go to http://www.kidport.com/reflib/science/animals/animals.htm

1.      What are the two main groups of animals and what does each term mean?

 

2.      Scroll down and click on the Echinoderm link. Name three examples of echinoderms.

 

 

3.      What structures do starfish use for movement?

 

4.      Click on the Echinoderm Video Collection link and then Sea Cucumber link. Click on the first video Sea Cucumber (1:53 min) and watch the video.

5.      Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Sea Urchin link. Click on the first video Army of Sea Urchins (3:50 min) and watch the video.

6.      Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Annelids link. Give two examples of annelids.

 

7.      What is unusual about the body of an annelid?

 

 

8.      Click on the back arrow and click on the Mollusk link. How old are the oldest fossils of mollusks?

 

9.      Name two examples of mollusks that live on land and three examples of mollusks that live in the water.

 

 

10.  How do land living mollusks move?

 

11.  How do ocean living mollusks move?

 

 

12.  Scroll down and click on the Mollusk Video Collection link and then the Clams link. Click on the first video Monsters of the Deep (1:44 min) and watch the video.

13.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Cuttlefish link. Click on the first video Kings of Camouflage (2:33 min) and watch the video.

14.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Octopus link. Click on the first video Shark vs. Octopus (2:45 min) and watch the video.

15.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Arthropod link. Name the three major groups of Arthropods.

 

16.  Name two characteristics that make Arthropods unique from other animals.

 

 

17.  Click on the Crustaceans link. Name two examples of a Crustacean.

 

18.  Scroll down and click on the Crustacean Video Collection link and then the Crab link. Click on the first video Giant Spider Crab Attacks (1:01 min) and watch the video.

19.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Shrimp link. Click on the second video Peacock Mantis Shrimp (2:50 min) and watch the video.

20.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original arthropod page and click on the Arachnid link. Name four examples of Arachnids.

 

21.  Scroll down and click on the Arachnid Video Collection link and then the Spider link. Click on the second video Spider Eats Frog (1:09 min) and watch the video.

22.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original arthropod page and click on the Insects link. Name the three body parts of an insect.

 

23.  What is a compound eye?

 

 

24.  What do many insects have to do in order to grow?

 

25.  Click the back arrow two times to return to the original page and click on the Fish link under the vertebrates. How old are the earliest fossils of fish?

 

 

26.  How do fish breathe?

 

27.  What is the function of the swim bladder?

 

 

28.  Scroll down and click on the Fish Video Collection link and then the Great White Shark link. Click on the first video Great White Shark (2:30 min) and watch the video.

29.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Amphibian link. Where do amphibians lay their eggs?

 

30.  How do amphibians breathe?

 

 

31.  Scroll down and click on the Amphibian Video Section link. Name four examples of amphibians.

 

32.  What does cold-blooded mean?

 

 

33.  Click on the Salamander link. Click on the second video Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates… (2:57 min) and watch the video.

34.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Reptile link. Give six examples of reptiles.

 

35.  How long have reptiles been around?

 

 

 

36.  What is the most notable feature of reptiles?

 

 

 

37.  Scroll down and click on the Reptile Video Collection link and then the Alligator link. Click on the second video Reptiles, Amphibians and Invertebrates… (2:49 min) and watch the video.

38.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Anaconda Snake link. Click on the first video Best ’08 Anaconda Hunts (2:47 min) and watch the video.

39.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Chameleon link. Click on the first video Chameleon Babies (2:34 min) and watch the video.

40.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Birds link. What are the three differentiating features of birds?

 

 

41.  Scroll down and click on the Bird Video Collection link and then the Peacock link. Click on the first video Peacock Calling (1:00 min) and watch the video.

42.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Penguin link. Click on the third video Emperor Penguins (5:01 min) and watch the video.

43.  Use the back arrow to return to the previous page and click on the Red Tailed Hawk. Click on the second video Red Tailed Hawk vs Rattler (1:44 min) and watch the video.

44.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original page and click on the Mammal link. Name four characteristics that make mammals unique.

 

 

45.  Name four examples of mammals.

 

 

46.  Click on the Marsupial link. How are Marsupials different from other mammals?

 

 

47.  Scroll down and click on the Marsupials video link and then the Kangaroo link. Click on the first video Baby Kangaroo Jumps out of Pouch (0:47 min) and watch the video.

48.  Click the back arrow three times to return to the original mammal page and click on the Primates link. Name three distinctive features that primates have that separate them from other mammals.

 

 

 

49.  Scroll down and click on the Chimpanzee video link. Click on the first video Baby Chimp (0:53 min) and watch the video.

50.  Click on the second video Chimpanzee Tool Useage (4:12 min) and watch the video.

51.  Click the back arrow two times to return to the original mammal page and click on the Whales and Dolphins link. How do Whales and Dolphins breathe?

 

52.  What is echolocation?

 

 

 

53.  Scroll down and click on the Whale video link. Click on the first video Blue Whale (2:08 min) and watch the video.

54.  Click on the back arrow and then click on the Dolphin link. Click on the second video Dolphin Parenting (2:41 min) and watch the video.

55.  Click on the back arrow and then click on the Mammal Video Collection link then click on the Bat link. Click on the first video Vampire Bat vs. Wrinkled Bat (1:23 min) and watch the video.

56.  Click on the back arrow and then click on the Cheetah link. Click on the first video Cheetah vs. Gemsbok (2:50 min) and watch the video.

57.  Click on the back arrow and then click on the Tapir link. Click on the first video What in the World is a Tapir (1:47 min) and watch the video.