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  1. Birds and Mammals

  2. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Mouth usually has teeth Mammal

  3. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Air sacs are attached to the lungs Birds

  4. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Mammary glands to feed the young Mammal

  5. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Parental care of the young Mammal Bird

  6. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Three-chambered heart Neither

  7. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Body covered with feathers Bird

  8. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Keep a steady internal body temperature Mammal Bird

  9. Determine which characteristic is common to birds or mammals or both. Skin is covered with hair Mammal

  10. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Mammals with large and sharp canine teeth Carnivore

  11. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Animals that eat plants Herbivore

  12. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Hoofed mammals with incisors and molars Herbivore

  13. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Animals that eat insects, frogs, seeds, nuts and berries Omnivore

  14. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Owls, hawks and eagles with hooked beaks and talons Carnivore

  15. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Animals that eat meat Carnivore

  16. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Animals that prey upon other animals Predators

  17. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Berry eating birds such as waxwings and sparrows Seed Dispersal

  18. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Ruby-throated hummingbirds Pollinator

  19. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Barn owls, Red-tailed hawks, barn swallows Predators

  20. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Nectar feeders with long tube-shaped bills Pollinator

  21. Matching Match the organism/description to one of the following words. Pollinator Seed Dispersal Predators Scavengers Eat dead and decaying material – vultures and crows Scavengers

  22. The gizzard of a bird A. stores air B. grinds food C. connects the esophagus to the stomach D. helps the bird fly

  23. Which of the following is NOT a correct pairing of a bird and its adaptations? A. Owl: hooked beak and talons B. Hummingbird: very high-speed wing flaps and a long slender bill C. Flamingo: long wading legs with webbed feet D. Bald Eagle: very long wings and spear-shaped bill

  24. Consider the digestive system of birds. Which choice below shows the correct sequence of organs? A. stomach → crop → beak → gizzard B. beak → crop → stomach → gizzard C. beak → gizzard → crop → stomach D. beak → stomach → gizzard → crop

  25. Birds can be accurately described by all of the following EXCEPT A. Young develop inside eggs with leathery shells B. Have a heart with four chambers C. Have adaptations for diet and habitat D. endothermic

  26. Rabbits and hares have these sharp, flat-edged teeth at the front of the mouth for biting and cutting plants. A. incisors B. canines C. premolars D. molars

  27. What is the function of the placenta? A. Place for newly born marsupials to continue to develop after birth B. Breaks down old red blood cells C. Produce milk for the young mammal D. Passes materials between mother and the developing embryo

  28. This is the largest order of mammals. They are characterized by gnawing incisors. A. Hoofed mammals B. Marine mammals C. Rodents D. Insect eating mammals

  29. What is the largest muscle below the rib cage of a mammal that helps it obtain oxygen? A. diaphragm B. umbilical cord C. placenta

  30. Class Mammalia derives its name from A. The organ that passes materials between mother and the developing embryo B. The large muscle located at the bottom of mammalian ribs C. Organs in the mother’s body that produce milk D. The four-chambered organ made up of atria and ventricles

  31. Which of the following statements is NOT true of the nervous system of mammals? A. Mammals have a ventral nerve cord B. The brains of mammals enable them to learn and remember C. The senses of mammals are highly developed and adapted. D. Mammals have a dorsal spinal cord

  32. Which statement best defines a marsupial? A. Mammals such as armadillos, sloths, and anteaters that lack teeth B. Mammals in which females nurse underdeveloped young inside a pouch C. Mammals that transfer pollen from one flower to another flower D. Mammals in which pregnant females possess a placenta

  33. Give at least three characteristics that make the platypus a typical mammal. Additionally, give two characteristics that are unusual for mammals. Mammal-like Characteristic Unusual Characteristic endothermic duck-like bill chordate venom glands and spurs lays eggs in a nest vertebrate has fur feeds young with milk 4 chambered heart