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Fish Fish can only live in water. They lay eggs in water.They breath through gills. They have scales and fins.
Mammals Their babies develop inside the mothers body.The mother feeds the young on her milk, which she makes in her mammary glands. They have hairy skin.
Amphibians Amphibians lay eggs in water. The eggs are like jelly.They breathe air and live partly on land, but have to lay their eggs in water. They have a smooth, moist skin.
Birds Birds lay eggs with a hard shell.They look after their young after they have hatched. Birds have feathers and wings. Most birds can fly.
Reptiles Reptiles lay eggs on land. Their eggs have a leathery shell.They breath air and live mainly on land. They have a scaly ,dry skin.
Jellyfish Starfish Flatworms Soft jelly- like bodyHard star- shaped body Flatworms Soft flat leaf- shaped body
Roundworms Segmented worms Molluscs Soft thin round bodySoft ringed body Molluscs Soft muscular body with one foot. Most have a hard shell.
Crustaceans Centipedes Millipedes Soft body, usually with a hard shellLots of legs Soft body, usually with a hard shell Centipedes Segmented body Millipedes
Spiders Insects 8 legs 2- part segmented body 6 legs
Animals Grow and Change by Denise Carroll
What am I? A quiz based on the Classification of Vertebrates
Grouping & Identifying Living Things
Classification of Animals
Chapter 5: Vertebrates.
The Five Classes of Vertebrate
Click an animal to find out more
Vertebrates and Invertebrates.
EDD5161A : Educational Communications and Technology PowerPoint Presentation (Group 8) Classification of Organisms : VERTEBRATES.
Mrs. Cummings 3rd Grade Animals Unit
Miss Pflaumer Third Grade May 2007
And their characteristics
Classification Kingdoms and Classes
Invertebrates & Vertebrates. InvertebratesVertebrates Multi-Cellular (many cells) Heterotrophs Obtain food & oxygen Keep internal conditions in balance.
Young animals inherit their features from their parents.
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