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A baby animal that is hidden away while its parent searches for food is called a
An "egg tooth" is used to
break out of a shell.
bite egg-laying animals.
Crocodile mothers carry their babies
in their pouches.
on their backs.
in their mouths.
A lion cub that stalks and pounces on a beetle is
just plain mean.
getting hunting practice.
Baby skunks can spray their musk
within hours of birth.
within days of birth.
before they are a month old.
Which animal takes the longest time to grow up?
Babies that are able to run with the herd are called
Babies that require little or no care or training are called
Who takes care of king penguin eggs?
Any handy penguin
Baby elephants learn from a matriarch. A matriarch is
a wise Yoda-like elephant that lives off by himself.
a sacred elephant book.
the female leader of the herd.
Some pythons sit on their eggs to keep them warm. How can this work since snakes are cold-blooded?
They lay their eggs where there is always full sun.
They lay their eggs near wall heaters or campfire sites.
They shiver to maintain a suitable body temperature.
Baby ducks follow the first moving thing they see after they hatch. This is called
A baby rabbit is called a
After a sea turtle digs her nest on the beach, lays her eggs, and goes back to the sea, when can she expect to see her babies?
When she returns to see them hatch.
When they come find her in the ocean.
Which of these is a true fact about snowshoe hares?
They can turn their ears around 360 degrees.
They are white in winter (to blend in with the snow) and brown in summer.
Their feet are the actual size of snowshoes.
Why are some animal babies, like lions and deer, born with spots?
To help hide them in grass or dappled shade.
Because predators don't like the taste of spotted animals.
Because spots are cuter.
What do baby scorpions do as soon as they are born?
They drink milk.
They run away and hide.
They climb on their mother's back.
What do giraffes and wolves have in common?
They both have 6 to 12 babies at a time.
They both leave their babies with an adult "babysitter."
They both hide their babies in trees.
In a lion pride, who has last dibs on meat?
How do spiderlings travel from their birthplace to new territories?
They ride puffs of air.
They hitch rides on passing animals.
They hitch rides on trains or cars.
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