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What is the energy source of the water cycle?

What is the energy source of the water cycle?
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A. The Sun

B. Rain

C. Soil

A. The Sun

A. The Sun
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The water cycle describes the processes of water moving on, above, or below the surface of the Earth. The continuous process includes six steps. The energy from the Sun drives the cycle by evaporating water from lakes, rivers, and even soil. The Sun is such an essential part of life for living things.

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When an animal changes a behaviour or habit for better survival in its environment, what is this change called?

When an animal changes a behaviour or habit for better survival in its environment, what is this change called?
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A. Biome

B. Niche

C. Adaptation

C. Adaptation

C. Adaptation
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Animals also have physical adaptations that help them survive, such as camouflage. As the environment changes, only animals that adapt survive.

What type of rock would normally form at the bottom of a river?

What type of rock would normally form at the bottom of a river?
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A. Sedimentary

B. Metamorphic

C. Igneous

A. Sedimentary

A. Sedimentary
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Sedimentary rocks form after years of sediment compacting together. Examples of sedimentary rock include shale, limestone and sandstone.

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How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the Sun?

How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the Sun?

A. One month

B. One year

C. One week

B. One year

B. One year
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Technically, it takes 365.25 days for the Earth to revolve around the Sun. It takes Mercury 88 days, and Venus takes 224 days, to revolve around the Sun, per NASA.

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What do you call an animal that eats both plants and animals?

What do you call an animal that eats both plants and animals?
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A. Carnivore

B. Herbivore

C. Omnivore

C. Omnivore

C. Omnivore
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Carnivores are animals that eat other animals, herbivores are animals that only eat plants, and omnivores are animals that eat both plants and other animals.

 

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