Lesson 1.4: Surviving by Not Being Eaten cloned 2018-11-24
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by Yesenia Peralta
| 7 Questions
Animals and plants have structures that help them do what they need to do to survive.
Spruce uses her mouth to get water. Spruce uses her mouth to get air. Spruce uses her mouth to get food. Spruce uses her flippers to swim and find food. Spruce uses her flippers to swim up to the surface to get air.
To survive, animals and plants need to get water, air, and food.
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1
All animals and plants live where there is air. Even fish can breathe underwater.
True
False
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1
When it rains, plants and animals get water. Plants and animals need water to survive.
True
False
3
1
The mountain lion was able to hunt deer and get food. Did the lion survive?
True
False
4
1
The snake was able to hunt a mouse to eat. Did the snake survive?

True
False
5
1
It was a sunny day, and the plant was able to make food. Did the plant survive?
True
False
6
1
The mountain lion hunted a coyote. Did the coyote survive?
True
False
Many plants and animals are food for other animals.
To survive, animals and plants need to get water, air, and food, and to not be eaten.
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1
There are many reasons that animals survive. We know that one reason the fish survived was because it got water, air, and food. A hawk flew by and did not see the fish. The fish kept swimming. Why else did the fish survive?

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