Worksheet: Animal Skeletons

In this worksheet, we will practice on how to identify and classify animals which have skeletons.

Q1:

Some animals, like frogs, have a skeleton. How do we classify animals with skeletons?

  • AInvertebrates
  • BAmphibians
  • CVertebrates
  • DReptiles

Q2:

What animal does this skeleton belong to?

  • AElephant
  • BHorse
  • CBuffalo
  • DCow

This animal has much bigger leg bones than a human’s. Why does it need bigger bones?

  • ATo help it hunt for food
  • BTo help it carry more weight
  • CTo help it run faster
  • DTo help it climb trees

Q3:

What animal does this skeleton belong to?

  • AA horse
  • BA fish
  • CA bird
  • DA mouse

Q4:

This a a python.

Burmese Python-72 ppi

Does a python have a skeleton?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Is a python a vertebrate or an invertebrate?

  • AVertebrate
  • BInvertebrate

Q5:

This is the skeleton of a tyrannosaurus rex. Which bone is labeled A?

  • ATail
  • BSkull
  • CJaw
  • DSpine

Q6:

How would a crab be classified?

Crab-72 ppi
  • AVertebrate
  • BInvertebrate

Q7:

A jellyfish does not have a skeleton. How are animals with no skeleton classified?

Jellyfish-72 ppi
  • AMammals
  • BInvertebrates
  • CFish
  • DVertebrates

Q8:

The image shows the skeletons of a giraffe and a human. The giraffe has long legs to allow it to reach plants to eat.

Name other bones that are longer in a giraffe than a human to allow them to reach tall plants.

  • ANeck
  • BJaw
  • CFoot
  • DRibs

Q9:

Some insects have a skeleton outside their body to protect them from predators.

The photograph shows a cricket shedding its skeletal layer.

What name is given to a skeleton that is outside the body?

Cricket shed skin-72 ppi
  • AAn exoskeleton
  • BAn invertebrate
  • CA cocoon

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