Q.1: _____________ spent the hottest part of the day in cool underground burrows.
Q.2: ___________ are experts at catching drops of moisture on their legs, then lifting them into the air until the drops trickle down into their mouths.
b) darkling beetles
Q.3: There are more than ________ kinds of snakes around the world.
Q.4: The frightening rattle of rattle snake can be heard as far as ______ metres away.
Q.5: Rattle snakes live in the dry, rocky deserts of _________.
Q.6: What does the rattle snake do to drive the intruder away ?
a) It holds the tail upright and rattles the end.
b) It bares fangs and hisses.
Q.7: The snakes ‘hear’ sounds through ___________ in the ground.
Q.8: Snakes such as ___________ can survive for a year or more without eating.
Q.9: ____________ are small ground squirrels having light and dark stripes.
Q.10: How do the mongooses look out for predators ?
a) By poking noses into holes.
b) By scratching the ground with their sharp claws.
Q.11: Mongooses travel in groups to forage for __________________.
a) beetles, millipedes
b) chipmunks, millipedes
c) beetles, voles
Q.12: How do mongooses keep in touch while hunting ?
a) by humming
b) by twittering and calling
c) by hissing and calling
Q.13: Mongooses are famous for being able to kill _____________ without getting hurt themselves.
Q.14: The den of mongooses is made outside a ______________.
a) termite mount
b) hollow log
Q.15: Camels have _________ coats to keep themselves warm in winter.
Q.16: A thirsty camel can drink about _________ gallons of water.
Q.17: Camels can survive for _______ months without drinking any water at all.
Q.18: The camels known as ___________ have only single hump.
Q.19: The __________ of camels act as storage containers.
Q.20: The _________ stored in hump nourishes camel when the food is scarce.