California Science Standards: Life Science--3rd grade 3a, e; Earth Science--2nd grade 3d; Investigation and Experimentation--4th grade 6c, 5th grade 6h
Carnivores usually have curved, sharp teeth.
Circle the teeth that belong to a carnivore.
Hands with sharp, curved claws are useful for catching prey.
Circle the arms that would be good for catching prey.
A tibia (shin bone) about the same length as the femur (thigh bone) indicates a slow runner. A tibia longer than the femur indicates a fast runner.
Circle the leg bones that belong to the fast runner.
Eyes set close together provide good depth perception, useful for predators.
Circle the skull that shows eyes set close together.