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Question number: 1149

» General Science » Beaks and Claws of Birds

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Swimming birds are flat feet and it can push back water with the help of the webbed feet while swimming. They have:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Very strong and sharp claws

b.

Two toes pointing upwards and two toes pointing downwards

c.

Long, thin and slender legs

d.

Feet with special webs of skin between the toes

Question number: 1150

» General Science » Birds

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Which of the following is used to bird’s body covered with feathers?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Tail feathers

b.

Down feathers

c.

Breast bone

d.

Flight feather

Question number: 1151

» General Science » Animals:Their Food and Home

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Which of the following list of animals and their shelter is WRONG?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Lions – dens

b.

Cows – shed

c.

Dogs – kennel

d.

Horses – burrow

Question number: 1152

» General Science » Beaks and Claws of Birds

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Preying birds are powerful birds which attack and eat small animals. They catch and hold their prey and travel to long distances. They have:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Feet with special webs of skin between the toes

b.

Very strong and sharp claws

c.

Long, thin and slender legs

d.

Two toes pointing upwards and two toes pointing downwards

Question number: 1153

» General Science » Birds

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Flight muscles of the birds attach:

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Tail feathers with the breast bone

b.

Tail feathers with the tail

c.

Wings to the breast bone

d.

Down feathers with the flight feathers

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