Amphibian, Bird & Mammal Respiratory Systems Video


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Holding your breath is an example of which of the following?

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1. Small amphibians can breathe through which part of their body?

2. Where does air end up in a bird?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

To discover just how much you do and don't know about how mammals, birds, and amphibians breathe, go through this quiz and answer its multiple-choice questions. The questions deal with concepts like holding your breath and the body parts that mammals use to breathe.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This assessment will test your knowledge of the following:

  • How we hold our breath
  • Part of the body that small amphibians breathe through
  • End location of air in a bird during breathing
  • Lungs of a mammal
  • Muscle in a mammal that assists with breathing

Skills Practiced

This test will help develop the following skills:

  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of breathing to draw connections amongst the different types of breathing used by birds, mammals, and amphibians
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the breathing mechanisms utilized by different types of animals to answer questions about them correctly
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on amphibian, mammal, and bird breathing
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge of animal breathing to answer questions about the similarities and differences between the breathing mechanisms they use

Additional Learning

In addition to this assessment, you can review its corresponding lesson called Amphibian, Bird & Mammal Respiratory Systems if you would like to learn more about this topic. The lesson covers the following material:

  • Definition of respiration
  • Involuntary reactions
  • Animal with the most advanced lungs