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Q.1. Choose the correct answer to fill in the blanks.
colors, smell, urine, faintest , silkworm, necks, animals, ears, black , white, snakes, sharper, tiger, language, endangered, poachers, four, body parts, 17 to 18, leaves, 40, six, 8, alert, scent, 3, whiskers.
a) Some animals can hear the __________ sound.
b) Ants leave some __________ on the ground.
c) Some male animals like __________ can recognize their females by their smell.
d) Dogs can make out if another dog has come into their area by the smell of the __________ or potty.
e) Birds move their __________ very often.
f) __________ cannot see as many colours as we can.
g) It is believe that animals that awake in the day time can see some __________.
h) It is believed that animals are awake at night can see things in __________ and __________.
i) There is a link between the size of the animals __________ and their hearing.
j) Animals that have bigger years can hear __________ sounds.
k) __________ feel the vibrations on the ground.
l) Animals have their own __________ to communicate.
m) __________ is one of the most endangered animals.
n) Animals that would soon become extinct are called __________ animals.
o) People who kill animals are called hunters or __________.
p) Many animals are killed for their __________.
q) Some birds like kites, eagles and vultures can see __________ times as far as we can.
r) Kites, eagles and vultures can see things from a distance of ____ metres, what we can see from a distance of 2 metres.
s) A sloth spends almost __________ hours a day sleeping while hanging on a tree upside down.
t) The sloth eats the __________ of the same tree on which it lives.
u) Sloths live for about __________ years and in that time they move around on 8 trees.
v) A tiger can see __________ times better at night than human beings.
w) The tigers’ __________ are very sensitive and can sense the movements or vibrations in the air.
x) Tiger’s roar can be heard up to __________ km away.
y) Tiger is one of the most __________ animals.
z) Musk deer are killed just to make a little __________ from its musk.
Q.2. Write ‘True’ for the correct statement and ‘False’ for the wrong statement.
a) If you throw some sugar on the ground the ants never come. [ ]
b) Mosquitoes can find you by the smell of your body. [ ]
c) Animals that are awake at night can see thing only in black and white colours. [ ]
d) Some birds make different sounds for different kinds of danger. [ ]
e) A python sleeps for three hours in a day. [ ]
f) A tiger’s roar can be heard up to 3 km away. [ ]
g) It is very easy to kill animals in a national park. [ ]
h) Tiger is an endangered animal. [ ]
i) Animals can sense the coming of a storm, earthquake and tsunami. [ ]
Q.3. Write the sleeping time of the following animals.
a) Sloth _____________
b) Cow _____________
c) Python _____________
d) Giraffe _____________
e) Cat _____________
Q.4. What are the following animals killed for?
a) Elephant _____________
b) Tiger _____________
c) Snake _____________
d) Rhinoceros _____________
e) Musk deer _____________
f) Crocodile _____________
Q.5. Name the animal
a) that takes away your food if you are eating in an open ground._____________
b) that turns its head to see around._____________
c) that can see four times as far as we can._____________
d) that can feel the vibrations on the ground_____________
e) that can warn about a danger by giving a warning call in the forest._____________
f) that makes different sounds to give messages to each other in sea._____________
g) that sleeps in the cold season._____________
h) that is killed for its skin._____________
i) that is killed for its tusks._____________
j) that looks like a bear and spends 17 to 18 hours in sleep._____________
k) that can finds its female by its smell._____________
l) that has eyes in front of its head like humans._____________
Q.6. Write the names of the states in which the following wildlife sanctuaries/ national parks located.
a) Jim Corbett national park______________
b) Bandipur sanctuary______________
c) Ghana bird sanctuary______________
d) Gir wildlife sanctuary______________
e) Hazaribagh national park______________
f) Kanha national park______________
g) Kaziranga national park ______________
h) Madhumallai sanctuary______________
i) Periyar sanctuary______________
j) Srisailam tiger reserve______________
k) Sunderban national park______________
Q.7. One Mark Questions. (Short answer questions)
I. Give reasons for the following.
a) As you walked softly past a sleeping dog, its ears shot up at once.
b) Dogs are used in rescue operations by the police.
c) Birds like eagles that fly can spot a mouse on the ground.
d) Ants always move in a line.
e) Mosquitoes bite us in a dark room also.
II. Answer the following questions.
a) Why are lizards not seen during winters?
b) What are endangered animals?
c) Who are poachers?
d) Why do people kill wild animals?
e) Why is tiger in danger?
Q.8. Two Mark questions. (Long answer questions)
I. Answer the following questions.
a) How do the ants recognize their friends?
b) What are sense organs?
c) Why do dogs urinate on the road?
d) Why do birds move their necks often?
e) Why do birds have eyes on either side of their head?
f) How do snakes hear although they do not have external ears?
g) Which are the animals that are poached?
h) What steps have been taken by our government to protect wild life in our country?
II. Answer the following questions on tiger.
a) What helps a tiger to move in the dark?
b) How can a tiger know if there is another tiger in its area?
c) A tiger’s sense of hearing is very sharp (Give reasons)
Watch this video lesson on Super Senses and learn in a fun manner.
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