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Vertebrates and andInvertebrates The Animal Kingdom: Vertebrates and andInvertebrates By: Sharon Kallaji and Heather Milewski Heather Milewski.

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2 Vertebrates and andInvertebrates

3 The Animal Kingdom: Vertebrates and andInvertebrates By: Sharon Kallaji and Heather Milewski Heather Milewski

4 All living things can be put into one of five groups called Kingdoms. The five Kingdoms are: Protists Monerans Fungi Plants Animals

5 Monerans Have no nucleus Are single celled organisms Protists Are mostly single celled, but some are simple many celled organisms Have a nucleus and organelles

6 Fungi Are many celled organisms Do not make their own food Absorb food from their environment

7 Plants Have chlorophyll Make their own food Are many celled organisms Have cell walls

8 Are many celled organisms Do not make their own food Obtain food by eating

9 All animals can be classified as belonging to one of two groups: Those with Backbones Those without Backbones OR

10 Animals without Backbones are called Invertebrates.

11 There are many different types of Invertebrates: Sponges Anemones and Jellyfish Worms Snails, Clams and Octopuses Starfish and Urchins Insects, Spiders, Ticks, Lobsters, Crabs, and Crayfish

12 Sponges Are simple animals Have only two cell layers Have no Backbone

13 Anemones and Jellyfish Have tentacles and stinging cells All live in water Feed themselves with their tentacles Have no Backbone

14 Worms Can be flat, round, or segmented Flatworms have a flat body Roundworms have a round body Segmented worms are divided into small sections Have no Backbone

15 Snails, Clams and Octopuses Often have shells Have a head, foot and well developed organs Have no Backbone

16 Starfish and Urchins Have a spiny body Are arranged in a circle, like spokes on a wheel Live on the bottom of the Ocean Have no Backbone

17 Insects, Spiders, Lobsters, Crabs and Crayfish Have a shell like covering called an exoskeleton Have jointed legs Have a segmented body Have no Backbone

18 Animals with Backbones are called Vertebrates.

19 There are five groups of Vertebrates: Fish Amphibians Birds Mammals Reptiles

20 Fish Are cold-blooded Have gills and scales Live in water Have a Backbone

21 These are Fish

22 Fish have Backbones

23 Reptiles Have scales Live on land Are cold-blooded Usually lay eggs Have a Backbone

24 These are Reptiles

25 Reptiles have Backbones

26 Amphibians Live in water and on land Are cold blooded Have smooth skin Lay eggs Have a Backbone

27 These are Amphibians

28 Amphibians have Backbones

29 Birds Have feathers Are warm-blooded Have hollow bones and most can fly Lay eggs Have a Backbone

30 These are Birds

31 Birds have Backbones

32 Mammals Have hair or fur Are warm-blooded Feed milk to their young Bear live young (except monotremes) Have a Backbone

33 These are Mammals

34 Mammals have Backbones

35 Review Animals with backbones are called vertebrates: Animals without Backbones are called invertebrates: Sponges Anemones and Jellyfish Worms Snails, Clams and Octopuses Starfish and Urchins Insects, Spiders, Ticks, Lobsters, Crabs, and Crayfish Fish Reptiles Amphibians Birds Mammals


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