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Animals There are 2 groups: Invertebrates haven't got a skeleton, so they haven't got any bones. Vertebrates have got a skeleton.
This is a sponge
This is an earthworm
This is a snail
This is a clam
This is a mussel
This is an octopus
This is a fly
This is a mosquito
This is a butterfly
This is an ant
This is a bee
This is a grasshopper
This is a beetle
This is a spider
This is a scorpion
This is a shrimp
This is a crab
This is an urchin
This is a shark
This is a sardine
This is a frog
This is a snake
This is a crocodile
This is an eagle
This is an owl
This is a dolphin
This is a whale
This is a leopard
This is a squirrel
This is a bear
This is a lion
This is a monkey
Reptile: Alligator Insect: Ant Mammal: Bat. Insect: Bee Insect: Beetle.
What can you see in this picture? I can see animals.
BEE Wings Herbivore Oviparous Wild. EAGLE Wings Carnivore Oviparous Wild.
Vertebrate Animals Bones make internal skeleton –Humans –Whales –Dogs –Cats –Monkeys –Jaguars –Bear –Fox –Skunk –Deer.
ANIMALS. PET cat WILD ANIMAL cobra crocodile FARM ANIMAL hen.
No backbone! 1Copy the table and write the names of these invertebrates in the correct column. 7De ArthropodsEchinodermsMolluscs slug scorpion butterfly.
Invertebrates These animals don’t have bones. Most animals on earth are invertebrates. Begoña Ruiz 2º CEIP Ramón Sainz de Varanda (Zaragoza)
Biological Diversity on the Planet How many different types of organisms are on Earth?
Vertebrate and invertebrates. There are more than two million different kinds of animals in the world.
Vertebrates By: Dana Foster Animals with Backbones are called Vertebrates.
All animals can be classified as belonging to one of two groups: Those with backbones. Those without backbones.
What are vertebrates and invertebrates? CREATED BY DANIELLE RUFF CARTERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FIFTH GRADE.
6. Kingdom Animalia. Animal Kingdom Symmetry- having equal proportions Asymmetry- not having equal proportions Bilateral symmetry- having 2 equal halves.
BY: CRYSTAL GUTIERREZ. Mutualism : spider, Monkey, and tiger Commensalism: frogs, beetles and flies scavenger: Army ants, birds and Fish predator-prey:
Animal Scavenger Hunt. Sponges and Cnidarians Invertebrates Sponge is covered with pores Cnidarians have stinging cells.
Wild and domestic animals Zpracovala Mgr. Zdenka Mléčková Určeno pro 5. ročník ZŠ.
Chapter 1A Classifying Living Things Lesson 2 Animal Classification.
Kingdom Animalia zoology: the study of animals. General Characteristics have tissues and most have organs no chlorophyll - can't make own food cells not.
Take II. 3 Domains Highest level of organization Bacteria: prokaryotes Archaea: Live in extreme environments Eukarya: Protists, fungi, animals & plants.
Vertebrate and Invertebrates 4.L.1.2. Students are able to differentiate between vertebrates and invertebrates, and classify the five groups of vertebrates.
Marine Life, Amphibians, and Reptiles OPD Vocabulary Copyright © 2015 Donna BarrAll rights reserved by authorwww.ESLAerica.US.
BUTTERFLY FROG BEAR CRAB SHEEP PIG BEE DOG ELEPHANT MONKEY COW.
Grouping organisms For each group find 1.scientific name 2.characteristics (physical features) 3.Interesting fact 4.a picture
Invertebrates & Vertebrates. InvertebratesVertebrates Multi-Cellular (many cells) Heterotrophs Obtain food & oxygen Keep internal conditions in balance.
Life in Oceans and Ponds. What is an Ocean? Big body of salty water.
Chapter 6 Lesson 2 What are Vertebrates and Invertebrates?
ANIMALS Unit 6.. dolphin(s) big smile fin beak lion(s) mane.
Animal Notes Chapter 25 Notes. Animal notes outline I. Characteristics A. Multicellular eukaryotes B. Movement C. No cell walls D. Heterotroph E. Organ.
Classification System of Organisms Once upon a time, all living things were lumped together into two kingdoms, namely plants and animals.
Animals – Unit 1 Living Things Called Animals. Content Learning Goals Students will be able to explain why some living things are considered “animals”
What do you thing these animals like to eat?.
At the zoo Primary 1 A tiger A lion A snake.
story Unit Six Animals song questions Animals at the zoo Period 3 missing game words.
The Animal kingdom. Animal diversity Eagle (bird) and butterfly (insect) both have wings Animals show diversity in body structures and function.
Whats in the Egg? Can you guess what animals come from these eggs?
Kingdom Animalia. They are complex, multicellular organisms Their cells have a nucleus and organelles Their cells do not have a cell wall Most of them.
the fourth grade Han Jang Hyeon Scientists classify animals based on features they share. Features include coloring, type of teeth, and number of.
Overview of Animals. Animals are… Eukaryotes Multicellular Consumers.
A bear is viviparous. A bee is oviparous A bison is viviparous.
EVOLUTION GONE BAD OR NOT?. Ape Walrus Bird Cat.
The arthropods 1Which group would you put scorpions into? 2a) Why is the South American longhorn beetle classified as an arthropod? b) Why is it further.
INVERTEBRATES The Silent Majority. Did you know? At least 95% of all animals on this planet are invertebrates The weight of all earthworms, insects.
Animal Classification Tyla Comino. Vertebrates.
Chapter 2, Lesson 1 What are invertebrates? Animals have many things in common. They also have many things that are different. These features can be used.
Unit Two – God’s Living Creation Chapter Five – Animal Classification.
Success Criteria: To identify the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates and understand which animals fall into either category.
Features of Animals A14-17 LS-E-B2; LS-E-A3; LS-E-A4.
ANIMALS WITH WINGS by JYOTHI SINGH CLASS III EVS.
Domain Eukarya Kingdom Animalia. Coelom? Body cavity - space between digestive tract wall and body wall, surrounded by mesoderm cells, location of organs.
Invertebrates. The animal kingdom has a wide diversity of living things. It is common to groups animals into two categories: animals without backbones,
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