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Insects and Animals Revision Quiz

 Insects and Animals Revision Quiz 

 

Insects

  1. The body of an insect is divided into three main parts namely_____ Head, thorax, and abdomen.
  2. The abdomen of an insect is ______ segmented
  3. The insect breathes through tiny holes on its abdomen called _________________________ spiracles
  4. Insects develop through a process called ____ metamorphosis
  5. The two main types of metamorphosis are _______ complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
  6. Complete metamorphosis occurs when insects undergo four stages of development namely ____ egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
  7. Incomplete metamorphosis occurs when insects undergo three stages of development namely ____ egg, nymph, and adult.
  8. Insects that undergo complete metamorphosis are_____ flies, butterflies, and mosquitoes.
  9. Insects that undergo incomplete metamorphosis are_____ grasshoppers, dragonflies, and crickets.
  10. Insects that carry diseases from one person to another are called ______ victors, e.g. mosquitos
  11. Some harmful insects and their diseases are_______

  1. The housefly causes_______ dysentery, cholera, diarrhea
  2. The female anopheles mosquito spreads _____ Malaria fever.
  3.  The culex mosquito causes ______ Yellow fever
  4. The tiger mosquito causes _____ elephantiasis
  5. The Tsetse fly causes _____sleeping sickness.
  6. Lice cause _____ Typhus fever
  7. Ticks cause ________ Relapsing fever
  8. The parasites that attack crops are called _____ Pest.

 

Animals

  1. Two main categories of animals are _____ Vertebrates and invertebrates
  2. Animals with backbones are called ______ vertebrates. e.g. man, fish, birds, etc.
  3. Animals without backbones are called _____ invertebrates, eg. earthworms, insects, snails, crabs, etc.
  4. In relation to their feeding habits animals are in three groupings namely __________herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores.
  5. Flesh-eating animals are called _____ carnivorous animals or carnivores,  e.g. lion, hyena
  6. Grass-eating animals are called _____ herbivores or herbivorous animals, e.g. elephants, goats, cows, etc.
  7. Both flesh and grass-eating mammals or animals are called ____________________ omnivores,  e.g.______ man
  8. There are also several classes of animals, five of them are _________ Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.
  9. Animals that have backbones and breastfeed their young ones are called_______ mammals
  10. Omnivores and mammals of the higher class are called _____ Primates, e.g. man and gorilla 
  11. Animals whose body temperature remains the same wherever they go are called_____ warm-blooded animals, e.g. Mammals
  12. Animals with scales on their body are called ______ reptiles, e.g. Turtles and Tortoises, Snakes and Lizards, Crocodiles and Alligators, and Tuatara
  13. Animals whose body temperature changes according to the environment where they are,  are called_____ cold-blooded animals, e.g. reptiles
  14. Animals that live both on land and in water are called___ amphibians, e.g. toads, frogs, and crocodiles.
  15. Animals that have feathers and are born out of hard-shelled eggs are called _______ Birds 
  16. Some top birds of the world are ___ The Mourning Dove, the Northern Cardinal, the American Robin, the American Crow, the Blue Jay, the Song Sparrow, the Red-winged Blackbird, and the European Starling.
  17. Birds that move from place to place due to climate changes are called _______ Migratory birds, e.g. the cattle egrets
  18. Also called Rainbow Toucans, the Keel-Billed Toucan is one of the prettiest birds in the world
  19. Animals with backbones also known as vertebrates, that live in water and have gills, scales, and fins on their body are called _____Fish 
  20. The biggest animal in the world is _________ The Antarctic blue whale

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