Class 3  Science – Chapter 1 Eating Habits of animals

Class 3  Science – Chapter 1 Eating Habits of animals

 

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Page 3 Looking Back

 

Answer the following questions:

 

[1] Are we herbivores,carnivores or omnivores?

Correct answer – omnivores

 

[2] Are the following animals herbivores,carnivores or omnivores?

Bear – omnivores

Giraffe is herbivores

Snake is carnivores

 

Page 4 – looking back

State true or false

All animals depend on other animals for food. [False]

There are many food chains in nature. {True]

All food chains start with grass/Plants. [True]

 

Page 6 – exercises

 

Which of these animals is a carnivore?

Correct answer – Lion

 

All food chain starts with ………………

Correct answer – Plants

 

What kind of front teeth do herbivores have?

Correct answer – Sharp and broad teeth

 

Which of these animals chews the cud?

Correct answer – Cow

 

Which of these animals uses teeth to tear the food?

Correct answer – Dog

 

Complete the food chain

Leaves –>  caterpillar –> bird

Water plant –> fish –> human

Grain à hen à human

 

Name an animal that has these mouthparts:-

  1. Cow
  2. Lion
  3. Frog
  4. Mosquito
  5. Butterfly

Answer the following questions:

 

Herbivore:– animals that eat only plants are called herbivores.

 

Carnivores – animals that eat only the flesh of other animals are called carnivores.

 

Omnivores:- animals that eat both plants and animals are called omnivores.

 

Explain the term “chewing the cud”.

While grazing the grass animals swallow their food without chewing it , later they bring it back to the mouth and chew it properly,this is called chewing the cud.

 

Additional notes:-

 

Examples of herbivores:- horse, rabbit, and giraffe

Examples of carnivores:- lions, tigers, and wolves.

Examples of omnivores – humans, bears, crows and rats

Food chain:- a food chain shows which animal eats what in nature.

Proboscis – the tube-like mouth of a butterfly is called a proboscis.

Example of chewing the cud animals – cow and buffalo

 

Which animal does not chew their food?

Snake

 

 

 

 

 

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