Insects and Animals Revision Quiz
- The body of an insect is divided into three main parts namely_____ Head, thorax, and abdomen.
- The abdomen of an insect is ______ segmented
- The insect breathes through tiny holes on its abdomen called _________________________ spiracles
- Insects develop through a process called ____ metamorphosis
- The two main types of metamorphosis are _______ complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
- Complete metamorphosis occurs when insects undergo four stages of development namely ____ egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
- Incomplete metamorphosis occurs when insects undergo three stages of development namely ____ egg, nymph, and adult.
- Insects that undergo complete metamorphosis are_____ flies, butterflies, and mosquitoes.
- Insects that undergo incomplete metamorphosis are_____ grasshoppers, dragonflies, and crickets.
- Insects that carry diseases from one person to another are called ______ victors, e.g. mosquitos
- Some harmful insects and their diseases are_______
- The housefly causes_______ dysentery, cholera, diarrhea
- The female anopheles mosquito spreads _____ Malaria fever.
- The culex mosquito causes ______ Yellow fever
- The tiger mosquito causes _____ elephantiasis
- The Tsetse fly causes _____sleeping sickness.
- Lice cause _____ Typhus fever
- Ticks cause ________ Relapsing fever
- The parasites that attack crops are called _____ Pest.
- Two main categories of animals are _____ Vertebrates and invertebrates
- Animals with backbones are called ______ vertebrates. e.g. man, fish, birds, etc.
- Animals without backbones are called _____ invertebrates, eg. earthworms, insects, snails, crabs, etc.
- In relation to their feeding habits animals are in three groupings namely __________herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores.
- Flesh-eating animals are called _____ carnivorous animals or carnivores, e.g. lion, hyena
- Grass-eating animals are called _____ herbivores or herbivorous animals, e.g. elephants, goats, cows, etc.
- Both flesh and grass-eating mammals or animals are called ____________________ omnivores, e.g.______ man
- There are also several classes of animals, five of them are _________ Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians.
- Animals that have backbones and breastfeed their young ones are called_______ mammals
- Omnivores and mammals of the higher class are called _____ Primates, e.g. man and gorilla
- Animals whose body temperature remains the same wherever they go are called_____ warm-blooded animals, e.g. Mammals
- Animals with scales on their body are called ______ reptiles, e.g. Turtles and Tortoises, Snakes and Lizards, Crocodiles and Alligators, and Tuatara
- Animals whose body temperature changes according to the environment where they are, are called_____ cold-blooded animals, e.g. reptiles
- Animals that live both on land and in water are called___ amphibians, e.g. toads, frogs, and crocodiles.
- Animals that have feathers and are born out of hard-shelled eggs are called _______ Birds
- 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.
- Birds that move from place to place due to climate changes are called _______ Migratory birds, e.g. the cattle egrets
- Also called Rainbow Toucans, the Keel-Billed Toucan is one of the prettiest birds in the world
- Animals with backbones also known as vertebrates, that live in water and have gills, scales, and fins on their body are called _____Fish
- The biggest animal in the world is _________ The Antarctic blue whale
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Insects and Animals Revision Quiz