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Hot Desert Animal Vocabulary
Animals sorted by what they eat! Carnivoreseat flesh Herbivoresfeed chiefly on plants
Animals sorted by when they are active! Nocturnal active at night Diurnal active during the day
Animals sorted by body structure! Vertebrate have a backbone Invertebrate have no backbone
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are cold-blooded usually are air-breathing are vertebrates Reptiles
are warm-blooded are vertebrates have feathers, wings, scaly legs, a beak and no teeth Birds
are cold-blooded are vertebrates return to water to reproduce Amphibians
are usually small are air-breathing body is divided into three parts: head, thorax and abdomen Insects
are air-breathing have eight legs with jointed feet Arachnids
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