unit 10 vocabulary and structures

Choose the correct answer:
1-    In the morning, orangutans (eat-feed-drink-stay) on fruits and insects,
2-    Most animals have a backbone but (humans-insects-elephants-rabbits) do not.
3-    Polar bears catch (fish-water-dish-animals) through holes in the ice.
4-    (Elephants-Lions-Insects-Ducks) are very large animals which belong to the cat family.
5-    A fish’s tail and (fans-fats-furs-fins) help it to swim.
6-    When it rains, orangutans protect themselves by (holding-catching-carrying-eating) leaves over their heads.
7-    Dogs, cats and rabbits are covered (by-at-of-in) fur.
8-    Birds are covered in (features-feathers-scales-furs).
9-    A (glacier-mountain-sea-river) is a large mass of ice.     
10- Wildlife means animals and plants that live in (artificial-official-natural-professional) conditions. 
11- All environments are home (to-of-at-by) many types of wildlife.
12- Fish are covered in (scales-fins-feathers-hair).
13- A duck (most-more-mostly-less) lives on the water.
14- A (sharp-shark-shriek-shrink) eats animals, fish and people, It can swim.
15- I’m not sure (whether-weather-whatever-unless) this animal can move fast.
16- Many animals have (ended-started-adapted-gone) to life in extreme heat and cold.
17- We do not often see sand cats because they sleep (trees-tunnels-underground-forests).
18- There are (boiling-burning-boil-burn) deserts and there are the high mountains.
19- The high mountains of Sinai are sometimes covered (with-of-from-at) snow.
20- The North Pole has enormous glaciers and (freezing-hot-warm-cold) water.
21- The rainforests of South America and Asia have their (heavy-light-black-rare) rain.
22- One of the animals best adapted to heat is Egypt’s (sand-sandy-desert-mountain) cat.
23- Sand cat is designed (by-with-for-to) desert life.
24- Polar bears live (in-on-under-off) the ice around the North Pole.
25- Sand cats come out to (fish-catch-hunt-shoot) at night, like many other desert animals.
26- Sand cats get all the moisture they need from their (prey-pray-victim-pair).
27- Polar bears are between 2.5 and 4.5 metres long and more than 450 kg in  (weigh-weight-weightless-height).
28- The white fur and thick skin protect polar bears (from-of-by-for) the extreme cold.
29- Polar bears live on fish, which they catch through (balls-calls-halls-holes) in the ice.
30- Polar bears have an incredible sense of (smell-humour-touch-small) and can smell their prey as far as 16 kilometres away.
31- Polar bears can run faster than 50 kilometres (a-the-some-an) hour
32- The rainforests of Borneo, are the (flat-house-building-home) of the orangutans.        
33- Orangutans sleep all night in (nests-houses-homes-buildings) which they make from branches.
34- In the morning, orangutans (feed-eat-stay-leave) on fruits and insects.
35- A (pray-prey-pry-victim) is an animal that is hunted and eaten by another animal.     
36- Many types of (wildlife-midwife-housewife-mild life) live in the rain forests.
37- Sand cats have thick (fur-skin-skill-scale) on their feet to protect them from the hot sand.
38- Polar bears live (at-by-with-on) fish, which they catch through holes in the ice.
39- Polar bears live (off-away-in-by) seals and fish.
40- Many animals have adapted (for-to-from-on) life in extreme heat and cold. 
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