Worksheet on Food for Animals

Worksheet on food for animals contains the various types of questions about the different animals eat different kinds of food.

Read the concept to answers the questions on animals that eat only plants, animals that eat grains, seeds and fruits, animals that eat insects and worms, animals that prey on small animals (eat flesh of other animals) and animals that eat both plants and flesh of other animals.

I. Answer the following questions:

1. Why do animals need food?

2. What do you mean by herbivores? Give two examples of herbivores.

3. What do you mean by carnivores? Give two examples of carnivores.

4. What do you mean by omnivore? Give two examples of omnivores.


II. Name the following:

1. Two animals that eat plants only.

2. Two animals that eat seeds, grains and fruits.

3. Two animals that eat insects and worms.

4. Two animals that eat flesh of other animals.

5. Two animals that eat both plants and flesh of other animals.

6. Two birds that eat flesh of other animals.


III. Fill in the blanks:

1. Cow is a ________.

2. Lizard eats ________. 

3. All animals need food to ________ and ________.

4. Some animals eat flesh of other animals are called ________.

5. ________ is an omnivore.


IV. Match the following:

(i) Rabbit is a

(ii) Example of flesh-eater

(iii) Fox is an  

(iv) Frog

(v) Animals eat seeds, grains and fruits

(a) wolf

(b) eat insects and worms

(c) plant-eater

(d) pigeon

(e) omnivore

Check the answers of the worksheet on food for animals:


Answers:

I. 1. Animals need food to live and grow.

2. Animals that eat plants are called herbivores. Rabbit and goat are herbivores.

3. Animals that eat flesh of other animals are called carnivores. Lion and tiger are carnivores.

4. Animals that eat both plants and flesh of other animals are called omnivores. Bear and crow are omnivores.


II. 1. Cow and sheep

2. Hen and pigeon

3. Frog and lizard

4. Lion and tiger

5. Human being and bear

6. hawk and vulture


III. 1. herbivore

2. insects

3. live, grow

4. carnivores

5. crow


IV.

(i) Rabbit is a

(ii) Example of flesh-eaters

(iii) Fox is an

(iv) Frog

(v) Animal that eat seeds, grains and fruits

(c) plant-eater

(a) wolf

(e) omnivore

(b) eat insects and worms

(d) pigeon

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