生物学 TPO24-L1 Crocodile Vocalization

TPO24-L1

Crocodile Vocalization


 

 

  1. What does the professor mainly discuss?
  • A. Factors that affect successful crocodile communication.
  • B. Some reasons for crocodile vocalizations.
  • C. Ways that newborn crocodiles learn to communicate.
  • D. Reasons why crocodile vocalization is difficult to study.

 

  1. According to the professor, what are two functions of the sounds made by male alligators?    
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. To frighten predators.
  • B. To attract mates.
  • C. To locate hatchlings.
  • D. To threaten other males.

 

  1. Based on the discussion, what is one reason hatchlings make vocalizations to their mother while they are in the nest?
  • A. To reassure her that they are safe.
  • B. To signal that they are ready to follow her.
  • C. To make sure she does not forget them.
  • D. To indicate that they need to be relocated to a larger nest.

 

  1. What is the professor’s opinion about the television program that she mentions?
  • A. She is concerned about the accuracy of some of the information the experts provided.
  • B. She is hopeful that the class will be able to discuss it.
  • C. She thinks it was overly critical of some recent theories about crocodiles.
  • D. She is surprised that it did not include more examples of crocodile communication.

 

  1. Why does the professor mention dogs?
  • A. To explain that mammals are more complex than reptiles.
  • B. To point out that crocodiles can communicate with dogs.
  • C. To give an example of mammals that care for their young.
  • D. To emphasize that crocodiles have highly developed brains.

 

  1. What happens when a hatchling makes a distress call?
  • A. Its siblings answer back.
  • B. The mother repeats the call.
  • C. The rest of its family waits near water.
  • D. The mother calls to other adult crocodiles for assistance.

答案:
B BD C A D A

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