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Birds Mammals Fish Reptiles 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200Amphibians 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
100 Birds Warm-blooded What type of blood does a bird have?
200 Birds Hollow Bones What is the distinct feature of bird bones?
300 Birds Hummingbird What is the smallest bird in the world?
400 Birds Ostrich or penguin What two birds can not fly?
500 Birds Backbones Do birds have backbones or no backbones?
100 Mammals Backbone Does a mammal have a backbone or no backbone?
200 Mammals Warm-blooded Is a mammal warm-blooded or cold-blooded?
300 Mammals Keeping warm What is the main purpose of a mammal’s furry coat?
400 Mammals Milk What do the young of mammals feed on?
500 Mammals Duck-billed platypus or spiny anteater What is one mammal that lays eggs?
100 Fish Largest Is the fish group the largest or smallest group of animals?
200 Fish Cold-blooded Are fish cold-blooded or warm-blooded?
300 Fish Gills What do fish breathe through?
400 Fish Scales What are the hard plates that cover a fish’s body?
500 Fish Fins What part of a fish’s body keep them swimming upright?
100 Reptiles Dry and scaly Describe the skin of a reptile.
200 Reptiles Cold-blooded Are reptiles warm-blooded or cold-blooded?
300 Reptiles Lungs Do reptiles breathe through lungs or gills?
400 Reptiles True Reptiles can live in hot deserts. True or False
500 Reptiles Leathery What is the texture of a reptile’s egg?
100 Amphibians Backbones Do amphibians have backbones or no backbones?
200 Amphibians Water Where does an amphibian begin its life?
300 Amphibians Gills What do frogs first breathe through in life?
400 Amphibians Salamanders Which amphibians are long and thin and have four legs?
500 Amphibians Frogs, toads, and salamanders What are the three groups of amphibians?
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