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Worksheet Solution: Domestic Animals - Notes | Study Science for Class 2 - Class 2

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Question 1: Which of these animals is not kept for companionship?
(a) Parrot
(b) Bull
(c) Cat
(d) Dog

Correct Answer is Option B.

An adult male is known as a bull.

Question 2: Wool is obtained from:
(a) cow
(b) cat
(c) sheep
(d) goat

Correct Answer is Option C.

The wool from one sheep is called a fleece

Question 3: Honey and_____ are provided by honeybees.
(a) milk
(b) wax
(c) meat
(d) silk

Correct Answer is Option B.

These social and hardworking insects produce six hive products – honey, pollen, royal jelly, beeswax, propolis, and venom.

Question 4: The animal which carries heavy loads is:
(a) camel
(b) hen
(c) giraffe
(d) none of the above

Correct Answer is Option A.

The animals like horses, mules, yaks, dogs, reindeer, camels, bullocks and many other animals are used to carry loads in different places of the world where they are mostly available.

Question 5: Fill in the blanks.

  •  Dog is a domestic animal.
  • Pet animals are kept for Pleasure.
  • A Dog guards our house.
  • Wool is used to make woollen clothes.
  • A hen gives us eggs.

EduRev Tips:

  • Those animals that depend on humans for its shelter, food, water, and general care are called domestic animals.
  • While a pet is generally kept for the pleasure that it can give to its owner.
  • A dog guards our house. 
  • We get wool from sheeps. 
  • Hens give us eggs.

Question 6: Answer the following questions.

(a) Why are cows and buffaloes domesticated?

Cows and buffaloes are domesticated because they are great source of meat and milk.

(b) What steps should be followed to take care of pets?

We can meet a pet's basic welfare needs by giving it food, water, ventilation, and by protecting it from injury or ill health. Taking care of our pet also means meeting a pet's emotional needs, too.

(c) What are domestic animals?

Those animals that depend on humans for its shelter, food, water, and general care are called domestic animals. Examples include house cats, dogs, parakeets, a cow, horse, sheep, pig etc.

Question 7: Put a tick (✓) or a cross ( ) against each statement.

  • Goats give us eggs. False
  • Elephants are used to carry heavy loads. False
  • Silkworm and cows are domestic animals. True
  • Leather is obtained from the dung of animals. False

EduRev Tips:

  • Hens give us eggs. 
  • Donkeys, camels are used to carry heavy loads.
  • Silkworms and cows are domestic animals.
  • Leather is obtained from the skin of animals.

Question 8: Match the following.

Worksheet Solution: Domestic Animals - Notes | Study Science for Class 2 - Class 2

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