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Title: Bay to Dunes Jeopardy


1
Bay to Dunes Jeopardy
Habitats Animals Plants Earth Science People and Places
10 10 10 10 10
20 20 20 20 20
30 30 30 30 30
40 40 40 40 40
50 50 50 50 50
2
Habitats - 10 Points These are hills made of
sand.
What are dunes?
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3
Habitats - 20 Points A very large, wet, and
salty environment that covers about ¾ of the
planet.
What is the ocean?
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4
Habitats - 30 Points A habitat along the edge of
the bay where pickleweed grows.
What is a saltwater marsh?
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5
Habitats - 40 points A wetland where frogs and
salamanders lay their eggs.
What is a freshwater marsh? (or freshwater pond)
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6
Habitats - 50 Points In this habitat, trees can
be found growing in sand.
What is the dune forest?

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7
Animals - 10 Points
A term for an animal that hunts and eats other
animals.
What is a Predator?
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8
Animals - 20 points
An adaption of this chorus frog that helps it
blend in with its habitat.
What is Camouflage?
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9
Animals - 30 points
This dog-like predator lives in the dunes and
conserves energy by walking in its own footprints.
What is a Grey Fox?
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10
Animals - 40 points
Animals without a backbone.
What are Invertebrates?
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11
Animals - 50 points
This animal harvests the fuzz from Beach
Buckwheat leaves to build its nest in the sand.
What is a Solitary Bee? (Wool Carder Bee)
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12
Plants 10 points
Plants that people brought from another place,
and that take over a habitat.
What are Invasive Plants?
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13
Plants 20 points
Plants that are natural to a habitat.
What are Native Plants?
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14
Plants 30 points
This edible plant grows in the saltwater marsh
and has a special adaptation for dealing with
salt.
What is Pickleweed?
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15
Plants 40 points
This plant is a wild version of one you might
find growing in your garden. It can clone itself
by sending out runners (a.k.a. stolon's) to start
new plants.
What is Beach Strawberry?
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16
Plants 50 points
This endangered plant can only be found growing
the dunes around the Humboldt Bay.
What is Humboldt Bay Wallflower?
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17
Earth Science 10 points
A large object that orbits the Earth and causes
the tides.
What is The Moon?
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18
Earth Science - 20 points
This covers most of the earths surface.
What is Water? (or the ocean)
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19
Earth Science - 30 points
This is responsible for moving sand and forming
dunes.
What is The Wind?
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20
Earth Science - 40 points
Before I become sand, I start my life as these.
What are Rocks?
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21
Earth Science - 50 points
These carry water from the mountains to the
coast, and along they way they erode rocks to
create sand.
What are Rivers and Streams?
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22
People and Places 10 points
European Beachgrass was planted to protect these
man-made structures.
What are Railroad Tracks?
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23
People and Places 20 points
Removing invasive plants to help return a habitat
to a more natural state.
What is Restoration?
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24
People and Places 30 points
A city on the edge of the Humboldt Bay, whose
name is Californias motto.
What is Eureka?
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25
People and Places 40 points
This group of Native Americans has been living
around the Humboldt Bay longer then any other
people, and held their World Renewal Ceremony on
Indian Island.
Who are The Wiyot?
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26
People and Places 50 points
These facilities were built to process the large
trees being cut down in forests. There used to be
many around the Humboldt Bay, including one at
the site where the Manila Community Park is now.
What are Lumber Mills?
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