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Class V - science: Amazing Animals
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Q) Camel stores fat in the?
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Q) Polar bear are found in?
    
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Q) Animals living in water are known as?
    
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Q) Animals that eat both plants and animals are called?
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Q) Name two animals that live in water?
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Q) Which one of the these habitats is considered as the World's largest habitat?
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Q) Camel stores fat in the?
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Q) The main habitats for animals are?
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Q) The surroundings in which an animal naturally lives is called its?
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Q) Lions and tigers live in?
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Short Answer Questions:
Q) What is Forest and desert?
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Q) What is camouflage?
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Q) What is feather and fur or wool?
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Q) What is habitat?
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Q) Explain briefly about mammals?
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Q) Explain briefly about deserts?
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Q) Explain briefly about fresh water habitat?
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Q) Explain briefly about amphibians?
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Q) Explain briefly about Polar Regions Mountains?
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Q) Explain briefly about Oceans?
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Long Answer Questions:
Q) Explain about Movements of animals?
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Q) Explain about Breathing organs?
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Q) Explain about Feeding habits?
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Q) Explain about body covering animals and give examples?
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Q) Explain about types of habitat?
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Q) Explain in detail about Camouflage ?
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Q) Explain in detail about Movements of animals?
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Q) Explain in detail about Type of habitat?
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Q) Explain in detail about Polar Regions Mountains?
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Type of habitat

Amazing animals

  • Different type of habitat.
  • Body covering of animals.
  • Feeding habits of animals.
  • Breathing organs of animals.
  • Movements of animals.

Habitat

The surroundings in which an animal naturally lives.

    The main habitats for animals are
  1. Forests
  2. Deserts
  3. Polar Regions
  4. High mountains
  5. Oceans
  6. Fresh water

Forest:-

  • Is large area that contains trees and plants.
  • Different animals live at different places in the forest.
  • Lion & tigerCaves
    Birds & monkeysTrees
    SnakesHoles
    RabbitsBurrows

Desert

  • Dry hot places are called deserts.
  • Day are hot while nights are cool.
  • Some animals bury themselves under the ground during day to keep themselves cool.
  • Some have thick skin to save water.
  • Camel stores fat in the hump. And uses it as food when needed.
  • Can live without food and water for a long time.
  • Long legs of camel help it to keep its body away from the heat of sand.
  • Has long eye lashes to protect from sand.

Polar Regions Mountains

  • Very cold places.
  • Covered with snow.
  • Polar bear, seal and penguin are found here.
  • They have a layer of fat under their skin which keeps them warm.
  • Also have thick fur.
polar

Oceans

  • 2/3 of the whole earth is ocean.
  • Largest habitat on the earth.
  • Large variety of fishes are found in oceans.
  • Eg:- Blue whale, octopus, shark etc are found here.
ocean

Fresh water

  • Rivers, lakes, pond are called fresh water habitat.
  • Eg:-Fish, frogs and salamander live in fresh water.
  • Frog and salamander can live both on land and in water called amphibians.
frog

Body covering

  • Nature has provided them a body covering that helps them to live in a particular habitat. To protect themselves from extremely hot and cold weather.
  • Use their body covering to keep themselves safe from hunting by other animals.

Scales:-

  • Fishes and reptiles are covered by scales.
  • Vary in size, shape and structure.
  • Scales of shrimp fish are rigid while eel has no scales.
  • Reptiles have horny scale to prevent water loss.
  • Snakes also have scales. They use to move on land.
  • They also shed their skin periodically which is replaced by a new one.
fish

Shell:-

  • Is a hard outer layer.
  • It protects animals when in danger.
  • Snails, tortoise and turtle have shell.
  • Turtle shell is very hard.
  • It can support a very heavy weight.
shell

Feathers:-

  • Cover the body of birds.
  • Feathers give them shape and help them in flight.
  • Keeps them warm and to protect from rain.
  • Three types of feathers
    1. Flight feathers
    2. Down feather
    3. Body feather
feathers

Fur or wool:-

  • Sheep and bear are called mammals.
  • Have wool and fur which cover their body.
  • Thick fur protects bear from rain and cold.
  • Sheep's hair keep them warm, when it is cold.
  • Sheep's hair is used to make wool for woollen clothes.

Camouflage :-

  • They can merge their body covering with their surroundings this property is called camouflage and these animals camouflaging animals.
  • Eg:-Zebra, grass hopper, tiger...etc.
  • Camouflage makes animals hard to spot and protect them from other hunting animals, and from poaching(illegal hunting).
  • Chameleon can even change their colour to match the surroundings.

Feeding habits

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Breathing organs

LungsAll mammals, birds, reptiles, adult amphibians and human beings. Air reaches to lungs through their nose.
SpiraclesInsects grass hopper Tiny holes along the side of their.
GillsFish, Prawns & crabAquatic animals
Moist skin Adult frog under water
LungsWhen frog is on land
Moist skinEarth warm

Movements of animals

LegsDogs, cat, lions & human beings.
Fins Fishes
Wings (Fly)Butterfly, firefly, grasshopper.
LegsAnts, beetles and bugs.
ScalesTo crawl.
Limbs(legs) Lizards and tortoise.
Flippers(Swim)Penguins & seals.
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