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$100 QuestionMammals What covering keeps mammals warm?
$100 Answer Mammals Fur covers mammals to keep them warm.
$200 Question Mammals Name 3 ways that mammals travel.
$200 Answer Mammals Walk, run, and hop are three ways that mammals travel.
$300 Question Mammals Mammals are _____-blooded.
$300 Answer Mammals Mammals are warm-blooded.
$400 Question Mammals What do mothers give their babies for food that comes from their body?
$400 Answer Mammals Milk is what mothers give to their babies for food that comes from their body
$500 Question Mammals Mammals’ babies are born _____.
$500 Answer Mammals Mammals’ babies are born alive.
$100 Question Reptiles What covers and protects reptiles?
$100 Answer Reptiles Scales and plates cover and protect reptiles. Iguana Scales
$200 Question Reptiles Most reptiles are born alive or in _____.
$200 Answer Reptiles Most reptile babies are born alive or in eggs. Turtle Hatching from egg! Shrink with eggs!
$300 Question Reptiles How do reptiles travel?
$300 Answer Reptiles Reptiles travel by crawling, walking, climbing, or slithering.
$400 Question Reptiles Reptiles are ___-blooded.
$400 Answer Reptiles Reptiles are cold-blooded. Interesting Facts from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/reptiles/printouts.shtml * Biggest reptile - the estuarine crocodile (over 7 m (23 ft) long). * Smallest reptile (and smallest lizard) - the British Virgin Islands gecko (only 18 mm = 7/10 inches long) * Fastest reptile - the spiny-tailed iguana (tracked at 34.9 km/h = 21 mph) * Biggest (heaviest) snake - the anaconda of South America. * Longest Snake - reticulated Python (over 10 m long) * Fastest-moving snake - probably the poisonous black mamba * Biggest lizard - the Komodo dragon (up to 3 m long) * Biggest turtle - the leatherback turtle (up to 2.5 m) * Most poisonous land snakes - the taipan (from Australia), black mamba, and krait. * Only poisonous lizards - the Gila monster, the beaded lizard * Weirdest ability - horned lizards can squirt a thin spray of blood from their eyes up to of 3 feet away.
$500 Question Reptiles How many legs do most reptiles have?
$500 Answer Reptiles Most reptiles have 4 legs. This is a lady bug turtle!
$100 Question Fish Fish live in _____.
$100 Answer Fish Fish live in water.
$200 Question Fish Fish breathe under water with ____.
$200 Answer Fish Fish breathe under water with gills.
$300 Question Fish This body covering protects the fish from cuts and germs.
$300 Answer Fish Scales cover and protect the fish from cuts and germs
$400 Question Fish These body parts help a fish move, stop, and steer.
$400 Answer Fish Fins help a fish move, stop, and steer.
$500 Question Fish This is how fish travel.
$500 Answer Fish Fish travel by swimming.
$100 Question Birds What keeps birds warm?
$100 Answer Birds Feathers keep birds warm.
$200 Question Birds What body part helps birds travel?
$200 Answer Birds Wings help the bird to travel.
$300 Question Birds A bird has ____ legs.
$300 Answer Birds A bird has two legs.
$400 Question Birds Birds’ babies are born alive or in ____.
$400 Answer Birds Birds’ babies are born alive or in eggs.
$500 Question Birds How to birds travel?
$500 Answer Birds Birds travel by flying.
$100 Question Insects How many legs to insects have?
$100 Answer Insects Insects have 6 legs.
$200 Question Insects Name the 3 body parts of insects.
$200 Answer Insects The 3 body parts of insects are head, thorax, and abdomen.
$300 Question Insects Name 2 types of food that insects eat.
$300 Answer Insects Insects eat plants and other insects.
$400 Question Insects Insects travel by ____, ____, ____, and _____.
$400 Answer Insects Insects travel by flying, walking, hopping, and crawling.