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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Rivers Lakes
Habitats
Wetlands
Shape of the Land
Coastal Life
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How do channel bass (puppy drum) use their
adaptation to escape predators?
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They have a marking on their tail that looks like
an eye. This confuses hungry predators who attack
their tail instead of their head. Pretty cool!!
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How do people use rivers and lakes in NC for
recreation and their daily needs?
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Rivers provide drinking water, rushing water for
electricity, and fish for food.
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How do people enjoy NCs rivers and lakes?
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They can go boating, swimming, fishing on lakes
and rivers.
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How do hurricanes affect a rivers erosion and
why?
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A hurricane brings lots of water and wind,
causing a quick and dramatic change to a river.
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How were rivers important to the lives of early
settlers of NC?
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Early settlers used rivers to water their crops,
travel on boat, catching fish, and for daily
living needs such as drinking and bathing.
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What types of animals can be found in wetland
habitats?
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Some animals are alligators, deer, turtles,
ducks, snakes, fish
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What features do forests provide animals for
their survival?
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Forests provide food, shelter, and water for
animal survival.
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What effect does losing a forest have on an
animal?
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A loss of a forest habitat can cause animals to
die, move to another habitat, or even become
extinct.
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Why are wetlands in NC popular for migrating
waterfowl and shorebirds?
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The wetlands provide a safe place for those birds
to rest and nest and provide food.
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How is a wetland helpful to humans?
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They provide shellfish such as oysters and fish
for seafood.
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What is brackish water?
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Brackish water is where fresh water rivers meet
the salty waters of the ocean.
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What is the Tidewater?
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The Tidewater area is the closest part of the
Coastal Plain to the ocean.
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How do animals rely on wetlands?
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Wetlands provide a safe place to live, food and
nutrition for animals and fish.
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What are barrier islands?
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Barrier Islands are small islands that are
located just off the coast of NC. They are
changed by erosion caused by hurricanes. An
example is the Outer Banks.
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What is a negative effect of pollution in our
wetlands?
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Pollution harms fish, birds, and animals that
live or depend on the wetlands for their
survival. This also affects humans because we eat
seafood from the wetlands. EEEEK!
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Describe the land in the Coastal Plain Region.
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The land is flat, has wetlands, swamps, the
ocean, and has sandy soil.
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What is the purpose of a lighthouse?
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Lighthouses act like traffic signals for ships on
our coast to guide them around dangerous areas.
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What is an inlet and what can cause them to
change?
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An inlet is an opening between islands. This can
change with erosion from tides and hurricanes.
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What is a cape and give an example of one on our
coast?
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A cape is a strip of land sticking out into to
the ocean. An example is Cape Hatteras.
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What is a pocosin and give an example of one in
NC.
41
A pocosin is a Native American term meaning a
swamp on a hill with bushes and shrubs. Ex Great
Dismal Swamp.
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What is something special about the Cape Hatteras
Lighthouse?
43
It was moved 2900 feet to avoid falling into the
ocean due to extreme erosion.
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What is a National Seashore?
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A national seashore is where both the land and
the water are protected by the US Government to
prevent damage by people. Cape Hatteras was the
first in the US!
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Who was Catfish Hunter?
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Catfish Hunter was a famous baseball pitcher from
NC. He is in the Hall of Fame?!
48
Why does NC have the nickname, Graveyard of the
Atlantic?
49
There are many sunken ships lying on the ocean
floor off of the coast of NC, like a graveyard.
Looks like those shifting sandbars and dangerous
waters were too tough for them! Many fish make
their homes in the old wrecks nowcozy!!
50
How are dams helpful in the production of
electricity?
51
Dams help control the force of rushing water used
for hydroelectricity.
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