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Q.1. The habitat of lion, monkey and rabbit is ________.
Q.2. The animals which live on both land and water are ________ and ________.
Q.3. Seal and walrus survive in ________ wind and ________ temperature.
Q.4. ________ and ________ live in salty water.
Q.5. Cranes fly to far-off places because of ________ changes.
Q.6. Forests are home to 80% of terrestrial animals.
Q.7. The camel migrates to find food.
Q.8. Their are four types of aquatic habitats.
Q.9. Big-horn sheep are found on mountain tops.
Q.10. India is home for many migratory birds.
Q.11. Define the following.
(i) Habitat:- A habitat is a special place where a plant and animal lives.
(ii) Hibernation:- Some animals go into deep sleep to save themselves from severe winters and survive without eating much. This state of animals is called hibernation.
(iii) Migration:- Some animals and birds move to far off places to stay away from harsh weather condition or look for food and a safe place for their breeding. This movement of birds and animals is called migration.
Q.12. Why do black bears live in the lower part of the mountains?
Black bears live in the lower part of the mountains because the temperature on the mountain tops is very low so it is a cold habitat. On mountains the oxygen is also scare and the sun is very harsh. On the highest peaks, the environment does not support life.
Q.13. Name the different types of habitats of terrestrial animals.
The different types of habitats of terrestrials animals are- Forests, Deserts, Mountains, Polar regions.
Q.14. Why does a grasshopper need a big habitat?
This is because, it can hop and gets leaves to eat.
Q.15. How does a camel survive in a desert?
In deserts it is hard to find water as the area is is dry, sandy and receives very little rainfall. It is usually very hot during the day and cold during the night. Animals like camels that live in deserts have evolved to survive the harsh and scare water conditions.