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1. What kind of teeth might an herbivore have?
    incisors and molars
    canines and carnassials
    any or all of the above
 
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2. What kind of teeth might a carnivore have?
    incisors and molars
    canines and carnassials
    any or all of the above
 
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3. What kind of teeth might an omnivore have?
    incisors and molars
    canines and carnassials
    any or all of the above
 
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4. A mammal's teeth can tell you
    what color fur it has
    what it eats
    where it lives
 
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5. Thin, curved beaks are good for:
    grasping slippery prey in the water
    tearing prey into smaller pieces
    fitting under loose bark to look for insects
 
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6. Long, pointed beaks are good for
    grasping slippery prey in the water
    tearing prey into smaller pieces
    fitting under loose bark to look for insects
 
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7. Strong, curved beaks are good for
    grasping slippery prey in the water
    tearing prey into smaller pieces
    fitting under loose bark to look for insects
 
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8. What word means "the opening in the body thorugh which an animal takes in food"?
    mouth
    beak
    jaw
 
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9. A word for a protruding, horny jaw is:
    mouth
    beak
    jaw
 
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10. Which jaw moves to allow the mouth to open and close?
    lower jaw (mandible)
    upper jaw (maxilla)
    both
 
   
 



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