Adaptations of Fish
How a deer is adapted to live in forest and grassland habitat?
What is common to whales, seals and sharks?
Thick subcutaneous fat
Match the following:
1- c; 2- a; 3- d; 4-b.
1- d; 2- a; 3- c; 4-b.
1- d; 2- a; 3- b; 4-c.
1- c; 2- a; 3- b; 4-d.
Fish which eradicates the mosquito larvae is
- Eyes located below the forehead
- Padded paws
- Long and free moving ears
- Long legs with tapering hooves
Which of the following organisms have a streamlined body that helps them move easily in water?
All of these
What is/are the function(s) of the scales present on fish?
To reduce the weight of the fish.
To help in swift movement in the water.
To reduce friction.
Prevent rotting and decaying.
Which of the following is an example for adaptation?
Which of the following is an adaptation of floating plants?
The stem is very rigid and hard.
Leaves are absent.
Roots are poorly developed.
Leaves lack stomata.
Which of the following adaptations help the aquatic organism in water?
Small size and small eyes
Streamlined body and webbed feet
Oily body and scale on body
Long and strong body
Which of the following types of mosquitoes lay eggs only on fresh still water?
Both Aedes and Anopheles
None of these
Give two examples of each:
Fast breathing is an adaptation seen in
Can a humpback whale swallow a human?
We take in oxygen present in air through our lungs. Fishes take in oxygen dissolved in water through their________.
Color-changing skin helps chameleons blend in, stand out to potential mates and intimidate rivals. Is this a form of adaptation?
“Hiding out in plain sight or blend in with the surroundings and hard to see” refers to _________.
- Segmented worms
Fishes respire through the lungs.
Is the above statement true or false?