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Miss O'Toole is famous for her primitive style of painting.

a) dramatic
b) simple
c) delicate
b) simple
Tamara read an article about the archaeologist's ordeal.

a) secret expedition
b) latest accomplishment
c) difficult experience
c) difficult experience
That city is famous for its sanctuaries.

a) refuge
b) traditions
c) domes
a) refuge
When my father was born, his homeland was a captive nation.

d) not violent
e) museums
f) not independent
f) not independent
Which of Lincoln's speeches was the most stimulating?

a) intriguing
b) inspiring
c) reassuring
b) inspiring
An important part of your stay here is companionship.

a) cooperation with others
b) sympathy for others
c) relationship with others
c) relationship with others
How would one best describe the main character's existence?

a) life
b) sacrifice
c) motive
a) life
The author says that chimps use sticks as tools to catch ants. which statements does this behavior support?

a) Chimps can feel pain.
b) Chimps can do things that humans can.
c) Chimps have emotions.
b) Chimps can do things that h umans can.
Which area of research did the Hayses and Gardners explore with chimps?

a) communication
b) toolmaking
c) diseases
a) communication
People first used chimpanzees.

a) for medical research
b) for animal behavior research
c) as entertainment
c) as entertainment
According to the selection, because chimps' bodies are similar to humans' bodies, they are

a) often kept as pets when young
b) popular in zoos
c) used in medical research
c) used in medical research
The author contrasted JoJo's natural environment with his environment in a research lab. Which of the following was not part of the comparison?

a) how much physical contact he had
b) the food he ate
c) the color of his surroundings
b) the food he ate
For the author, what is the most important factor in creating a good environment for chimps in zoos?

a) making sure they are given challenges
b) making sure their diets have variety
c) making sure they are not crowded
a) making sure they are given challenges
For which of the following statements of options does the author provide the least support?

a) The bush meat trade should be stopped
b) Chimps are often treated badly in captive situations.
c) Infant chimps are adorable.
c) Infant chimps are adorable.
Based on the selection, which of the following is most true of the author?

a) She regularly visits chimps in medical research labs.
b) She is determined to improve the lives of chimps.
c) She has been working with chimps for a few years.
b) She is determined to improve the lives of chimps.
Based on the selection, which of the following generalizations would the author most likely make?

a) Most scientists do not understand chimps
b) Most chimps need physical contact
c) All zoos are better now than they were in the past
b) Most chimps need physical contact
What is probably the main purpose of the map on page 447?

a) to show where chimp populations are found in Africa
b) to express how rapidly chimp populations are decreasing
c) to explain where a research center for studying chimp populations is located
a) to show where chimp populations are found in Africa