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Animal Helpers: Zoos
 Math Word Problems
1.
The giraffes are munching twigs from an acacia tree on the African savannah. The daddy giraffe (bull) stands 19 feet tall and the mommy giraffe (doe) is 4 feet shorter, how tall is the mommy giraffe?
14 feet
15 feet
16 feet
17 feet
2.
Two swan families are enjoying a swim on the pond. Both families include a daddy swan (cob), a mommy swan (pen) and 4 young baby swans (cygnets). How many total swans are swimming?
8 swans
10 swans
12 swans
14 swans
3.
3 female Red Pandas (sows) each weigh 8 pounds. How much do the panda sows weigh in total?
11 pounds
24 pounds
28 pounds
32 pounds
4.
Zoo Keepers bottle feed the baby moose (calf) 3 quarts of milk each day while the baby sheep (lamb) is fed 1 quart per day. How many quarts are consumed in 2 days by the two animals?
4 quarts
6 quarts
8 quarts
10 quarts
5.
If each day, the zoo keeper spends 2 hours caring for the elephant and 1 hour caring for the snow leopard, how many hours per week is spent caring for the two animals?
9 hours
12 hours
18 hours
21 hours
6.
If porcupines are visited every other day by the zookeeper, and the zookeeper visited on Monday and Wednesday, what day of the week will be his next visit?
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Tuesday
7.
Like people, monkeys each have 5 fingers on their two hands. How many total fingers are on each monkey?
6 fingers
8 fingers
10 fingers
12 fingers
8.
If a young Alligator is gaining 3 pounds per week, how many weeks will it take to gain 12 pounds?
2 weeks
4 weeks
6 weeks
8 weeks
9.
The baby polar bear enjoys frolicking with his brother on cold days. If the temperature at bedtime is 12 degrees fahrenheit and dips to 3 (minus 3) degrees fahrenheit by 5 am, how many degrees did the temperature drop during the night.
21 degrees
15 degrees
9 degrees
6 degrees
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