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1 Fish Chapter 4 Powerpoint created & shared by Jamie Miller Fifth & Sixth Grade Teacher Caldwell Adventist Elementary School Idaho Conference, USA Caldwell Adventist Elementary School

2 1.Which characteristic is common to both cartilaginous fish and jawless fish? a.A skeleton of cartilage b.Paired fins c.An operculum d.Scales

3 2.Which of the following is not a class of fish? a. Jawless fish b. Cartilaginous fish c. Bony fish d. Marine fish

4 3.What is true about all fish? a.They have scales b.They are coldblooded c.They have fins d.All of these

5 4.Which uses “bait” to catch prey? a. The angler fish b. The manta ray c. The archer fish d. None of these

6 5.What is the function of the lateral line? a.Allows fish to float b.Allows fish to move c.Allows fish to hear d.Allows fish to smell

7 6.Which of the following would be a bony fish? a.A lamprey b.A stingray c.A shark d.A tuna

8 7.Covering the outside of a fish is a slimy substance called a.Operculum b.Mucus c.Cartilage d.Scale

9 8.An organ fish have but land animals do not have is a.Heart b.Swim bladder c.Ears d.Lungs

10 9.Which organism lives in fresh water and returns to the sea to spawn? a.The hammerhead shark b.The lamprey c.The eel d.The skate

11 10. Fish are an important part of freshwater food chains because a.They help maintain a healthy population of many smaller animals b.They breathe oxygen out of the water c.They swim around, cleaning slime out of the water d.They live in the water their entire lives

12 11.Which of the following help fish regulate how close they swim to the bottom? a.Gills and swim bladder b.Lateral line and gills c.Swim bladder and lateral line d.Fins and swim bladder

13 12. Which of the following is a parasite? a.A trout b.A lamprey c.A stingray d.A tuna

14 13.Which structure protects the gills of a fish? a.The lateral line b.The gills c.The operculum d.The swim bladder

15 14.Which of the following is not a characteristic of bony fish? a.Elongated body b.Gill openings c.Paired fins d.Swim bladder

16 15.Which of the following is an example of a cartilaginous fish? a.A hagfish b.A skate c.A bass d.None of these

17 16.Which of the following lacks a swim bladder? a.A shark b.A trout c.A pike d.None of these

18 Part 2 Matching Match the labeled structure on the diagram with the correct name or description. Write the letter of the structure on the line provided. 17. ____ Dorsal fin 18. ____ Enables a fish to hear 19. ____ Pelvic fin 20. ____ Protects the gills 21. ____ Propels the fish forward 22. ____ Pectoral fin 17.b 18.a 19.d 20.f 21.c 22.e

19 23.What are the functions of a fish’s fins? The fins enable fish to move, turn, and stop in the water. They also help protect some fish because of spines that are present.

20 24.What is a food chain? Give an example of a food chain that includes fish. A food chain is the movement of energy from plants to animals, and then on to other animals.

21 25.What features do the archer fish and four- eyed fish have that show the Creator’s design? The archer fish has a specially designed tongue that allows it to shoot out drops of water or a stream of water in order to dislodge insects on overhanging vegetation so they can be eaten. The four-eyed fish is designed with special eyes. The upper portion of each eye is designed to see through air; the lower portion of the eye is designed to see through water. In this way, the fish is able to spot predators in and out of the water.


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