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1 Animals By Cassie Nousen and Brian Kinaschuk

2 Directions Click around to see a review about animals. If you are unsure what a word means click on it for the definition. If you would like to see if any other categories of animals have the same characteristics (egg-laying for example) click on the box to the right of the word. Have fun! Click around to see a review about animals. If you are unsure what a word means click on it for the definition. If you would like to see if any other categories of animals have the same characteristics (egg-laying for example) click on the box to the right of the word. Have fun!

3 Main Menu MammalsReptiles Amphibians Pisces (Fish) Aves (Birds) Game References

4 Mammals Warm Blooded Warm Blooded Warm Blooded Warm Blooded Covered with hair or fur Covered with hair or fur Dont lay eggs Dont lay eggs Provide milk for their babies Provide milk for their babies Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Main menuPrevious

5 Amphibians Lay eggs Lay eggs Cold blooded Cold blooded Cold blooded Cold blooded Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Live on land or in water Live on land or in water Main menu Previous

6 Reptiles Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Fertilize internally Have scales Have scales Lay eggs Lay eggs Main menuReptiles Previous

7 Pisces (Fish) Live only in water Live only in water Have scales Have scales Lay eggs Lay eggs Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Fertilize externally Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Cold Blooded Main Menu Previous

8 Aves (Birds) Have feathers Have feathers Warm blooded Warm blooded Warm blooded Warm blooded Lay eggs Lay eggs Internal Fertilization Internal Fertilization Internal Fertilization Internal Fertilization Main MenuPrevious

9 Warm Blooded When an animal is warm blooded, it means that the temperature of their blood stays almost the same temperature all the time. For example a humans blood will almost always be 98.6 degrees. Unless a person is ill, the internal temperature will remain within one or two degrees of the constant temperature (98.6) When an animal is warm blooded, it means that the temperature of their blood stays almost the same temperature all the time. For example a humans blood will almost always be 98.6 degrees. Unless a person is ill, the internal temperature will remain within one or two degrees of the constant temperature (98.6) Main MenuPrevious

10 Cold Blooded An animal is cold blooded when their blood stays the same temperature as the water or air around them. So as the water or air temperature changes, so does their blood temperature. An animal is cold blooded when their blood stays the same temperature as the water or air around them. So as the water or air temperature changes, so does their blood temperature. Main Menu Previous

11 Fertilize internally When animals fertilize internally, it means that both the male and female have to be present in order for the babies to be made. When animals fertilize internally, it means that both the male and female have to be present in order for the babies to be made. Main MenuPrevious

12 Fertilize Externally Both the male and female dont have to be present at the same time to make babies. For example, a female fish may drop all her eggs then a couple hours later the male fish may come fertilize the eggs. Both the male and female dont have to be present at the same time to make babies. For example, a female fish may drop all her eggs then a couple hours later the male fish may come fertilize the eggs. Main MenuPrevious

13 All cold blooded animals Fish Fish Fish Amphibians Amphibians Amphibians Reptiles Reptiles Reptiles Previous

14 All warm blooded animals Mammals Mammals Mammals Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Previous

15 All animals with scales Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Reptiles Reptiles Reptiles Previous

16 All animals who lay eggs Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Reptiles Reptiles Reptiles Amphibians Amphibians Amphibians Previous

17 All animals that have live births M M aaaa mmmm mmmm aaaa llll ssss Previous

18 All external fertilizers Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Pisces (Fish) Amphibians Amphibians Amphibians Previous

19 All internal fertilizers Mammals Mammals Mammals Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Aves (Birds) Reptiles Reptiles Reptiles Previous

20 References _things/animals/animals.jsp (Game) _things/animals/animals.jsp (Game) _things/animals/animals.jsp _things/animals/animals.jsp Campbell, Neil A., Jane B. Reece, Eric J. Simon. Essential Biology with Physiology. Pearson, Campbell, Neil A., Jane B. Reece, Eric J. Simon. Essential Biology with Physiology. Pearson, 2004.


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