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Question Column Give 2 reason why a rabbit can’t survive in the waterlands.
Answer Column Rabbits can’t swim. They do not have gills. They could not get food.
Question Column Why do plants and animals need food?
Answer Column Gives them energy to grow.
Question Column What is a preditor?
Answer Column An animal that hunts for food.
Question Column What is prey?
Answer Column The animal being hunted.
Question Column Name a parent that went on our trip to Burton Century Village?
Answer Column Nicholson’s Mom, Tyler’s Mom, Allysa’s Mom and Christine’s Mom
Question Column Where does a deer live?
Answer Column Forest
Question Column What does a squirrel do in the fall?
Answer Column Stores nuts and other foods, fur gets thicker, very active
Question Column What does a squirrel do in the spring?
Answer Column Comes out of its shelter, get food
Question Column What does a bird do in the fall?
Answer Column Many migrate south
Question Column What does a bird do in the spring?
Answer Column Many migrate north Build nests
Question Column What adaptations allow a duck to swim in water?
Answer Column Webbed Feet
Question Column What are the basic needs for a fish?
Answer Column Air, Shelter, Food and Water
Question Column How does a fish breath?
Answer Column It breaths through it gills.
Question Column What type of habitat does a fish live in?
Answer Column Water
Question Column Give some examples of water lands.
Answer Column Ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes
Question Column Name an animal that needs to live in the wetlands to survive.
Answer Column Frog, Muskrat,Beavers
Question Column What happens to conifers in the Winter?
Answer Column They keep their needles.
Question Column What animals live in a wetland?
Answer Column Blue Heron, frogs, fish, beavers
Question Column Describe the wetlands
Answer Column Areas of land that are wet.
Question Column What do all food chains start with?
Answer Column The sun.
Question Column How do humans make it difficult for animals to survive in their habitats?
Answer Column Build on them.
Question Column What does a plant need to survive?
Answer Column Sunlight and water.
Question Column What is this an example of: Sun – Plant – Fish - Kingfisher
Answer Column Food Chain
Question Column Name two ways these trees are alike.
Answer Column Both have branches, trunk, roots, seeds, need water, needs sunlight
Question Column Name two ways that these trees are different.
Answer Column Leaves – the first tree loses it’s leaves in the winter – the pine does not. Pine tree has needs and pine cones the first does not.
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