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  1. Jeopardy Choose a category… You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

  2. FJ Everglades Facts Habitats Animals of the Everglades Miscellaneous Wildfires 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  3. This is the only habitat of the Everglades where you can spot the American Crocodile.

  4. What is Florida Bay? MAIN

  5. The main flow of water into the Everglades comes from this large body of water in South Florida.

  6. MAIN What is Lake Okeechobee?

  7. This habitat of the Everglades is the habitat that has the least likelihood of burning. It RARELY burns!

  8. What is the Hardwood Hammock? MAIN

  9. This American president dedicated Everglades National Park in 1947.

  10. Who is Harry S. Truman? MAIN

  11. Florida contains the highest number of wetlands in the United States. Yet unlike Florida, the state of California has lost this percentage of its wetlands.

  12. What is 90%? MAIN

  13. This region of the Everglades is a known place where there is brackish water.

  14. What is the mangrove swamp? MAIN

  15. This type of “grass” in the Everglades can grow up to 10 feet tall… and it is part of a name of a habitat!

  16. What is sawgrass? The habitat is the Sawgrass Marsh. MAIN

  17. This habitat of the Everglades is the one that burns the most because it is the driest.

  18. What is the Pinelands? MAIN

  19. The mangroves of the Everglades can be three different colors. Which are they?

  20. What are red, white, and black? MAIN

  21. These are the seven habitats of the Everglades.

  22. What are… the Cypress Swamp, Mangroves, Hardwood Hammock, Cypress Dome, Sawgrass Marsh, Pinelands, and Florida Bay? MAIN

  23. These are two types of birds one can spot while in the regions of the Everglades.

  24. What are… Purple gallinules, egrets, anhingas, red-shouldered hawks… etc.? MAIN

  25. This is one of the endangered species of Florida.

  26. What is the Florida panther/manatee (sea cow)? Either answer is acceptable! MAIN

  27. What is a species called when it is in danger, yet not yet completely endangered?

  28. What is a threatened species? MAIN

  29. This type of snake that lives in the Pinelands has a black head with alternating red, yellow, and black stripes. Its bite can be deadly if not treated immediately!

  30. What is the coral snake? MAIN

  31. Name two differences between the American crocodile and the American alligator.

  32. Answers vary. MAIN

  33. Name two of the four steps of the water cycle.

  34. What are evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff? (Name two.) MAIN

  35. This is the main reason why people were concerned about South Florida’s water supply in the first place.

  36. What is draining wetlands? MAIN

  37. This is an organism that breaks down dead or degraded organisms.

  38. What is a decomposer? MAIN

  39. These types of organisms make their own food, often from energy [sunlight].

  40. What are producers? MAIN

  41. These are the two types of “seasons” in Florida.

  42. What is the wet season and the dry season? MAIN

  43. This force of weather conditions can prevent fires.

  44. What is (the most common answer will be rain)? MAIN

  45. Animals flee this way from fires.

  46. What is… very slowly and cautiously? MAIN

  47. How much of Yellowstone National Park did the fire burn on Saturday, September 10, 1988?

  48. What is 800,000 acres with another additional 600,000 acres? MAIN

  49. Fire helps habitats to survive, particularly the Pinelands. Why do habitats need fire to survive?

  50. Habitats need fire to survive so plants can renew themselves. Also, certain plants that do not belong in an area are taken out, and this helps life within habitats to continue. MAIN