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Animal Evolution and Diversity

Animal Evolution and Diversity

Animal Evolution and Diversity: Which of These Things is Not Like the Other? Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Animal Evolution and Diversity? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. All these things with tentacles are in the same phylum except:


Hydras
Squid
Sea anemones
Jellyfish
Coral
Q. Which of these animals has an open circulatory system?


Bee
Clam
Octopus
(A) and (B)
(B) and (C)
Q. Which of these is not an arachnid?


Horseshoe crab
Spider
Scorpion
Mite
All are arachnids
Q. Find the crustacean.


Octopus
Clam
Barnacle
Scallop
Horseshoe crab
Q. So many worms. Which are annelids?


Earthworm
Leech
Millipedes
(A) and (B)
(A) and (C)
Q. Which of these animals lacks body segmentation?


Jellyfish
Earthworm
Hagfish
Centipede
Sea star
Q. Is it a fish? Which one isn't?


Shark
Lobster
Lamprey
Ray
Eel
Q. Coelomates include all vertebrates and many invertebrates. Which animal isn't coelomate?


Flatworms
Snails
Lamp shells
Pill bugs
Salamanders
Q. Who lays amniotic eggs?


Amphibians
Birds
Reptiles
(A) and (C)
(B) and (C)
Q. Which isn't a eutherian mammal?


Lemur
Armadillo
Opossum
Dolphin
Mole
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