Match the animals to the organs used for movement:
1-c, 2-d, 3-e, 4-f, 5-a, 6-b.
Birds use their feathers to fly and their hollow bones aid the process by making their body lighter.
Snakes use their muscles, ribs and backbone to apply the pressure on the ground and the scales grip the surface and help them move forward.
Snails have a strong muscular foot and they move forward by making rhythmic pulses of contraction and expansion.
Fishes swim through water using their fins and tail to maintain their balance and steer respectively.
Cockroaches have 3 pairs of legs and 2 pairs of wings to help them move and fly.
Earthworms grip the surface using fine bristles and push their body forward using their muscles.