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    1) Biology Insects Fill-in-the-Blanks --

    Directions: To solve the Biology vocabulary word puzzle, please put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks box. The correct answers can be found in the Biology and Insects vocabulary list.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct answers, a sentence as well as the percentage score for your correct answers.
    Clue: The Biology vocabulary list includes the 18 correct answers. In addition to this Biology and Insects Fill-in-the-Blanks, also features a free Interactive Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword, Definition Match, Contextual Story and True and False activity.
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    Vocabulary Word List: Biology and Insects vocabulary list:
    Embryonic, Entomologist, Indefatigable, Industrious, Indigenous, Iridescent, Insatiable, Insecticide, Larvae, Metamorphosis, Nemesis, Nocturnal, Pollinate, Proboscis, Quarantine, Subterranean, Trepidation, Ubiquitous

    Biology Insects Fill-in-the-Blanks --

    1)  Bert and his brother have an curiosity about the habits of honey bees.
    2)  A boa constrictor is the of a small mouse and a serpent that should be avoided.
    3)  Gladys was fascinated to observe the of a caterpillar that turned into a beautiful butterfly.
    4)  Julie studied the stages of the development of many multi-legged insects.
    5)  The lived in a remote section of the Everglades to study rare beetles.
    6)  Rattle snakes are to the Southwest but also found throughout California deserts.
    7)  Carol admired the shades of the feathers of the a peacock in hues of green, blue and purple.
    8)  Is it true that after bees a flower, they are able to make honey in the beehive?
    9)  The ants scurried on every surface of the newly formed ant hill.
    10)  The contagious infection put the entire household under for at least a week.
    11)  The horned owl is a animal that hunts for prey usually only after dark.
    12)  The Terminix technician explained that termites can eat so much wood fiber that home protection is critical.
    13)  Ants are so that they build other mounds of sand even after one is destroyed.
    14)  Do you think Sam knows that mosquitoes and butterflies have a in the region of the mouth?
    15)  The fact that Josephine had trembling hands showed her of the huge python, but she courageously agreed to hold it.
    16)  The on the leaf are defenseless against predators due to their size.
    17)  The mild did not affect either the flavor or the safety of eating that fruit.
    18)  The beavers worked on their dam for hours without rest.