Write the words.
1 Eggs of a frog.
2 House of a spider.
3 Male of a cow.
4 Group of birds.
5 Home of a bee.
6 House (mobile) of a snail.
7 Opposite of predator.
8 Nocturnal butterfly.
9 Ancestor of a dog.
10 Makes honey.
11 Home of a bird.
12 Group of cows.
13 Insect which causes malaria.
14 Venomous snake.
15 Young sheep.
Read the definitions and write the words. The number of letters is in brackets.
Then take the first letter from each answer to make a well-known environmental slogan.
1 A black and yellow amphibian. (10)
2 A small black or red insect which lives in colonies. (3)
3 A bird which eats carrion (dead animals). (7)
4 A large bird. It is the symbol of the USA. (5)
5 A turtle which lives on the land. (8)
6 A chicken which lays eggs. (3)
7 The natural world around us. (11)
8 A young dog. (5)
9 A common reptile with four legs. (6)
10 The first letter of the alphabet. (1)
11 The sound a horse makes. (5)
12 These large animals live in Africa and India. They have bigs ears and a trunk. (8)
13 The largest species of cat in the world. (5)
Answer: _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ _
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