Test: 3rd Grade Science

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Meerkats live in large families. Some are look-outs while others care for the young. Other meerkats are in charge of digging tunnels, and some are hunters. The meerkats will trade jobs and take turns.

Meerkat, Herd, Meerkats, Group, Rodents

Why does living in this large family benefit the meerkats?

There are more members to split up the work and help with survival needs.

The meerkats like having company around and other animals to play with.

The meerkats don't have to do as much work, so they get to be lazier.

There is no benefit to meerkats living in family groups; they just do it out of habit.

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