Test: 1st Grade Science


For up to the first three years of a baby elephant's life, they depend on their mothers to feed them. Around age two, the baby calf starts to eat on its own but still needs its mother's milk. The other female elephants in the herd - it's older cousins and aunts - will protect the calf, help the mother find food, and watch the baby.  The mother elephants show them how to find food and what is best to eat. Once the babies become mothers, they will teach their babies the same lessons.

What pattern of behavior can be learned in this passage about elephants?

Female elephants protect, feed, and teach the baby elephants.

Baby elephants can live without their mothers very young.

Female elephants show the baby something one time, and then the babies have to do it.

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