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How Animals Grow and ChangeHow Are Babies Like Their Parents
Life Cycles During its life cycle, animals go through many changes.
Life Cycles Some animal babies look like their parents.
Life Cycles Some animals look very different from their parents, but their body changes as they grow.
Eggs The first stage in most animals life cycles is the egg.Eggs protect the embryo and provide food. Embryo-a developing animal before it is born or hatched
Eggs Different kinds of animals produce different eggs. Squash Bug Angelfish Eggs Frog Eggs Different kinds of animals produce different eggs. Animals that lay a lot of eggs usually leave
Eggs Robin Eggs Platypus Other animals lay just a few eggs. They will stay and protect them.
Eggs Some animals DON’T lay eggs.The babies develop inside the mother’s body.
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Animal Life Cycles Identify the different stages that animals go through in a life cycle. Compare the life cycles of different kinds of animals.
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