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Question number: 68

» General Science » Plants and Animals

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The feet of frogs and ducks are webbed. This adaptation helps them to:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

To eat insects and grab things

b.

To swim faster in water

c.

Hold branches tightly

d.

To fly in the air

Question number: 69

» General Science » Plants and Animals

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Plants in marshy areas have roots are always under water and not enough air for the root. Which of the following adaptation best helps them to face the above condition?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Breathing roots which come above the ground

b.

Leaves which are modified into spines

c.

Tall and straight trunk with needle shaped leaves

d.

Having lots of branches and leaves

Question number: 70

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Which of the following plants is paired correctly? (Model Test Paper)

Plant Type

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Vallisneria – Plant which grows on land

b.

Hydrilla – Plant which floats on water

c.

Lotus – Plant which is fixed to the bottom of the pond

d.

Water hyacinth – Plant which is fully covered with water

Question number: 71

» General Science » Plants and Animals

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This image shows the two tree

This Image Shows the Two Tree

Find which identify its habitat

By looking at the plant in the above diagram, can you identify its habitat?

Clues: 1) It has lots of branches and leaves.

2) It can bear heat in the summer.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Desert lands

b.

Hilly areas

c.

Plain lands

d.

Marshy areas

Question number: 72

» General Science » Living and Non Living Things

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Which of these is non-living things?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Ball

b.

Horse

c.

Bacteria

d.

Bee

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