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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
What can you see in this picture? I can see animals.
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