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By: Joshua Riessen, and PEDRO Floes PF. CHINDRA EX: SEA NETTLES  DEFINITON: An animal with that can sting it prey or predators  BODY SYSTEM: Food enters.

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1 By: Joshua Riessen, and PEDRO Floes PF

2 CHINDRA EX: SEA NETTLES  DEFINITON: An animal with that can sting it prey or predators  BODY SYSTEM: Food enters through mouth, then waste leaves through mouth.  REPRODUCTOIN: Releases sperm and eggs into water  FOOD: They sting their prey next pull prey towards mouth.  HABITAT: All cnindra’s live in water most live in seawater.  PROBLEMS: Some problems are oil, gas and waste.  FUNFACTS: Has no digestive system. PF

3 Mollusk Ex: Slug  DEFINITON: An animal with a soft body and no bones.  BODY SYSTEM: Well developed nervous system lets them react quickly. REPRODCTOIN: Release sperm and eggs into water were they fertilize.  FOOD: Eats floating particles.  HABITAT: Lives in water and land.  PROBLEMS: Some problems are snails and waste.  FUNFACTS: Claps shells together to move in water. PF

4 ROUNDWORMS ex: tape worms  DEFINITON: An animal with a round tube-like body.  BODY SYSTEM: Has a simple nervous system and a few sense organs.   REPRODCTOIN: Lays eggs in host liver.  FOOD: Food comes through hole then leaves out other hole.  HABITAT: Lives in soil, and liver of sheep.  PROBLEMS: Some predators are small fish and insects.  FUNFACTS: Around 650 million people have disease from round worms PF

5 SEGMENTED WORMS Ex: earth worms  DEFINITON: An animal such as a earthworm who’s body is made up of connected sections  BODY SYSTEM: The brain is connected to the main nerve that goes to throughout the body.  REPRODCTOIN: Lays eggs and produce a slimy covering that forms a cocoon for the eggs.  FOOD: They eat plants, waste, and food enters through mouth.  HABITAT: They live in dirt/soil  PROBLEMS: there predators are birds, and fish.  FUNFACTS: Carbon dioxide comes out of skin. PF

6  Definition: long tube-like structures with no body systems.  Body systems: NONE  Reproduction: sexual  Food: sponges food Is nutrients  Habitat: the habitat is ocean and sea  Predators: oil, humans and other dangerous gasses  Fun facts: sponges have lots of pores  EXAMPLES: STARFISH Sponges JR

7  Definition: has a flattened body and a digestive system  Body systems: digestive, nervous  Reproduction: sexual  Food: particles they eat through a tube  Habitat: fresh water  Predators: NONE  Fun facts: don’t have a circulatory system  EXAMPLE: tapeworm flatworms JR

8  Definition: soft mollusks with a respiratory and circulatory system  Body systems: circulatory, nervous, respiratory  Reproduction: reproduce sexually by releasing eggs and sperm into the water.  Food: clams. They drill through the shell to get food  Habitat: the habitat is on land and water. Snails are semiaquatic  Predators: humans because we eat the escargo. Other predators are other big mammals  Fun facts: snails are expensive to buy. Snails spray foam to defend themselves and they hide in there shells.  EXAMPLES: worms Snails JR

9  Definition: are animals that have jointed exoskeletons.  Body systems: nervous, digestive, and circulatory.  Reproduction: sexually  Food: nutrients  Habitat: some are in water and land  Predators: humans because we eat lobster  Fun facts: they can survive anywhere  Example: spider Arthropods JR


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