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Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

Q1: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).


(i) Which of the following animals belong to the group of mammals?
(a)
Fish
(b) 
Birds
(c) 
Reptiles
(d) 
Humans
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(ii) What is the main characteristic of all animals in the reptile group?
(a) 
They have scales
(b) They have feathers
(c) They have fur
(d) They have wings

(iii) Which of the following animals lay eggs?
(a) 
Mammals
(b) 
Birds
(c) 
Fish
(d) 
Both b and c
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iv) Which of these animals is a herbivore?
(a) 
Lion
(b) 
Tiger
(c) 
Elephant
(d) 
Shark

(v) What is the term used to describe animals that only eat plants?
(a) 
Carnivore
(b) 
Herbivore
(c) 
Omnivore
(d) 
Insectivore
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

Q2: Fill in the Blanks.


(i) The smallest unit of living organisms is called ____________.

(ii) Animals that lay eggs are called ____________.

(iii) The process of shedding old skin in reptiles is known as ____________.
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iv) The group of animals that have a backbone is called ____________.

(v) Animals that cannot make their own food and depend on other organisms for food are called ____________.

Q3: Match the Column.

Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

Q4: True or False.


(i) All animals need air, water, and food to survive.

(ii) Fishes have lungs to breathe underwater.

(iii) Herbivores eat plants for their nutrition.

(iv) The skeleton inside the body is called an exoskeleton.
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(v) The process of breaking down food into simpler substances is called digestion.

Q5: Give reasons.

(i) Birds like Ostrich, emu, and penguin cannot fly.

(ii) Ducks, Fowls, and bears are called omnivores.

(iii) Animals like cow, sheep, goat, zebra, and horse have sharp front teeth (incisors) and large flat back teeth (molars).

Q6: Short Answer Questions.


(i) What is the primary difference between mammals and birds?

(ii) How do fish breathe underwater?
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iii) Why do some animals have camouflage?

(iv) Name two animals that are carnivores and two animals that are herbivores.

(v) Describe the life cycle of a butterfly.
Animal Life - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(vi) Name the body covering of the following animals.
Snail, Fish, Sheep, Polar bear

(vii) How do the following animals move?
Turtles, Penguins, Water boatman


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1. What are some examples of animals that live in different habitats?
Ans. Some examples of animals that live in different habitats include polar bears in the Arctic, camels in the desert, penguins in Antarctica, and dolphins in the ocean.
2. How do animals adapt to their environments?
Ans. Animals adapt to their environments through various ways such as camouflage, hibernation, migration, and physical adaptations like sharp teeth, long beaks, or strong legs.
3. What is the importance of biodiversity in animal life?
Ans. Biodiversity is important in animal life as it ensures the stability of ecosystems, provides natural resources, and contributes to the overall health of the planet. It allows animals to thrive and adapt to changes in their environment.
4. How do animals communicate with each other?
Ans. Animals communicate with each other through various means such as vocalizations, body language, scents, and visual displays. Some animals also use special sounds or behaviors to attract mates or warn others of danger.
5. Why is it important to protect endangered animal species?
Ans. It is important to protect endangered animal species to maintain biodiversity, preserve ecosystems, and prevent potential negative impacts on the environment. Endangered animals also have intrinsic value and contribute to the cultural, scientific, and aesthetic aspects of our world.
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