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Sunken MillionsClassifying Animals

Grade 5

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Level One



Level One

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How do scientists classify organisms?

  • Classify according

  • to smell.

B. Classify according

to sounds they make.

C. Classify according

similarities such as

appearance, cell structure

heredity material, and

means of getting food, and


D. Classify according to

their environment.

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What are the seven levels of classification?

A. kingdom, plants, class,

order, animal, species,


B. kingdom, phylum, class,

order, family, genus, and


C. kingdom, phylum, class,

order, animal, plant,

and genus

D. kingdom, phylum, class,

order, family, species, and


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What is an animal with a backbone called?

A. Invertebrate

B. Spider

C. Vertebrate

D. Flat Worm

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A vertebrate that lives at first in the water and then

on land is called?

A. An amphibian

B. A worm

C. An elephant

D. An animal without a


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Having a body temperature that changes with

the temperature of its surroundings is

an example of a?

A. warm-blooded animal

B. small-bodied animal

C. long-bodied animal.

D. cold-blooded animal

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Level Two



Level Two

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An animal that does not have a backbone is called?

A. a skunk

B. a reptile

C. an invertebrate

D. an elastic string

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What kind of worm is flat and thin?

A. A sting ray

B. A jelly worm

C. A round worm

D. A flatworm

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What is an arthropod?

  • A member of the

  • mammal group.

B. A member of the largest

group of invertebrates.

Insects are included in

this group.

C. A spiny-skinned animal.

D. An animal with

a tube foot.

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What is molting?

  • A process a jellyfish

  • uses to swim.

B. A process for removing

food from a reptile’s


C. A process by


a bird feeds

its’ young.

D. A process by which

an arthropod sheds

its external skeleton.

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A worm whose body is divided into sections such

as earthworms and leeches is called?

A. A flatworm

B. A round worm

C. A skinny worm

D. A dead worm

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Level Three



Level Three

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You can count its legs. Which group of

arthropods have four pairs of legs?

A. arachnids

B. worms

C. fish

D. insects

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A crane is a member of what family?

A. birds

B. fish

C. worm

D. mammal

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A platapus is a member of what family?

A. mammal

B. reptile

C. fish

D. insects

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A dolphin is a member of what family?

A. fish

B. invertebrate

C. mammal

D. amphibian

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Which animal in this list is a mollusk?

A. starfish

B. oyster

C. sand dollar

D. sea cucumber

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Level Four

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What is a hard covering that protects

an invertebrate's body called?

A. shell

B. head

C. exoskeleton

D. thorax

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Which group is considered

the simplest invertebrates?

A. Worms

B. Sponges

C. Fish

D. Arthropods

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Birds keep a constant body

temperature so they are considered


A. Warm-blooded

B. Cold-blooded

C. Happy

D. Vertebrates that fly

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These are cold-blooded vertebrates

that live in fresh or salt water,

have streamlined bodies

and gills for breathing.

A. Snakes

B. Frogs

C. Amphibians

D. Fish

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Turtles, lizards, snakes, alligators,

and crocodiles are examples of what group?

A. Sponges

B. Reptiles

C. Invertebrates

D. Amphibians

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