Living Things - Habitats of Well-Known Animals
You might see a gorilla at a zoo but gorillas live in the wild in Africa.

Living Things - Habitats of Well-Known Animals

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with living things and the habitat of well-known animals.

Where animals live is called their habitat. Some animals live all over the world. But other animals live in one country or continent. Some animals are well known. You can see them on the internet. You can see pictures of them in books. You might even have seen them in a zoo. But it is good to know where animals live in the wild and their habitats. This quiz is about where some well-known animals live.

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  1. Where do pandas come from?
    Did you know? - Pandas are a type of bear
  2. Where do giraffes live?
    Giraffes come from Africa
  3. Where do kangaroos come from?
    Kangaroos carry their babies in a pouch. What else can you find out about kangaroos?
  4. Where is home to these bison?
    Another name for a bison is a buffalo
  5. Where do lions live?
    Lions come from Africa
  6. In which country does this reindeer live?
    Reindeer live in northern Europe and Siberia. They also live in North America. There they are called caribou
  7. This is a Polar Bear. Where do Polar Bears come from?
    Sounds like Polar Bears live near one of the poles. But which one - north or south? It’s the North Pole. So, Polar Bears live in the Arctic
  8. Where does this tiger live?
    Most tigers live in India
  9. Where do penguins live?
    Did you say the North Pole? No, it’s the South Pole. The North Pole is called the Arctic. The South Pole is called the Antarctic. Penguins come from the Antarctic
  10. Elephants live in Africa. Where else do elephants live?
    Indian elephants are generally a little smaller than African elephants

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