4 Animals Invertebrates (animals without backbone) Vertebrates (animals with backbone)
5 Students’ Activity Classify the following animals into vertebrates and invertebrates. GoldfishSnakeHumming BirdInvertebrates:BeeShrimpEarthworm
6 Examples of Vertebrates (4) What are their general characteristics?Breathe with lungsShelled eggsCan control body temperatureAble to flyWith feathers & beaks2 wings & 2 legsThis group of vertebrates is called BIRDS.
7 Examples of Vertebrates (5) What are their general characteristics?Breathe with lungsWith mammary glands for feeding their youngCan control body temperatureLive on land, in water or in air.Body covered with hairs4 limbsThis group of vertebrates is called MAMMALS.
8 Classification of Vertebrates FishAmphibiansReptilesBirdsMammalsScalesSlimy skins,no scalesDry scalesFeathersHairs4 limbs4 limbs2 limbs +2 wings4 limbsFinsLungsLungsLungsGillsGills (Larvae)Lungs (Adult)EggsShelled-eggsShelled-eggsBorn aliveEggsCannot control their own body TemperatureCan control their own bodyTemperaturemammary glandsbeaks
9 Which group of vertebrates does the following organisms belong to? Students’ Activity:Which group of vertebrates does the following organisms belong to?