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SCIENCE 6: POST TEST Module 3 - VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES

Quiz by Dinnes Masubay

Grade 6
Science
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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Grade 6
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Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

S6MT-IIe-f-3

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    How are you able to classify the succeeding invertebrates: mosquito, beetle, ladybug, and flea?
    worms
    snails
    insects
    spiders
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  • Q2
    Insects and spiders are invertebrate animals, which of the upcoming characteristics does not describe them? I. They need antennae for chemical perception. II. They breathe through their trachea and lungs. III. They developed their young inside the female body. IV. Their bodies have three regions like head, thorax, and abdomen.
    I
    IV
    III
    II
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  • Q3
    Mollusks are invertebrates that occupy an oversized range of water and land community. They have bivalves or univalve shells. Which of the following is not a mollusk?
    earthworm
    octopus
    snail
    clam
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  • Q4
    The foremost important groups of arthropods are insects. Which best describes insect? I. Insects bodies are divided into three regions: the pinnacle, the thorax, and the abdomen. II. Insects breathe through a network of tubes called trachea. III. Insects are spiny-skinned aquatic animals. IV. Insects have antennae for chemical perceptions.
    I, II and IV
    I and IV
    I only
    I and II
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  • Q5
    Birds have strong beak and sharp claws that can be used for hunting and eating their prey. Which group of birds can do this way in hunting their prey?
    duck and goose
    chicken and dove
    eagle and hawk
    ostrich and parrot
    30s
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  • Q6
    They have gills that let them breath underwater. They also have jaws, fins, and scales. Which of the following vertebrates possess these characteristics?
    fishes
    birds
    mammals
    reptiles
    30s
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  • Q7
    Reptiles body temperature varies on their environment. Which group of animals is classified as reptiles?
    mudfish, chicken, bug
    tarsier, koala, deer
    earthworm, spider, salamander
    crocodile, lizard, turtle
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  • Q8
    They are parasitic and non-parasitic animals with long segmented bodies that can enter the stomach and intestines. What are they?
    spiders
    worms
    mammals
    insects
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  • Q9
    Birds are vertebrates that have wings which they use to fly. But not all birds can fly. Which of the following vertebrates are flightless birds?
    bat and crow
    penguin and ostrich
    parrot and dove
    eagle and hawk
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  • Q10
    Reptiles have lungs that can be used for breathing on land. Which of the following vertebrates is a reptile?
    dragonfly
    frog
    pig
    alligator
    30s
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