General Science-Beaks and Claws of Birds (NSTSE Class 3): Questions 27 - 30 of 59

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Question number: 27

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Eagles attack and eat small animals. They are likely to have:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Strong legs to scratch with a short toe at the back

b.

Webbed feet with skin between the toes

c.

Strong and sharp claws to hold the prey

d.

Long legs with wide spreading toes

Question number: 28

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An albatross is a large, web-footed bird with long narrow wings and a hooked beak. Where is likely to be found?

This image of albatross bird

This Image of Albatross Bird

Find where is likely to be found

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

In the desert

b.

Near the sea

c.

On snowy mountains

d.

Inside caves

Question number: 29

» General Science » Beaks and Claws of Birds

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Climbing bird have:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Thin, long legs with wide spreading toes

b.

Webbed feet skin between their toes

c.

Two toes pointing upwards and two toes pointing downwards

d.

Three toes in front and one short toe at the back with sharp horny claws

Question number: 30

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Identify a scratching bird from the following.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

This bird is scratching or not – Choice A

This Bird Is Scratching or Not – Choice A

Identify a scratching bird from the following

b.

This bird is scratching or not – Choice B

This Bird Is Scratching or Not – Choice B

Identify a scratching bird from the following

c.

This bird is scratching or not – Choice C

This Bird Is Scratching or Not – Choice C

Identify a scratching bird from the following

d.

This bird is scratching or not – Choice D

This Bird Is Scratching or Not – Choice D

Identify a scratching bird from the following

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