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ANIMALS HAVE GOT FUR, FEATHERS, SCALES, SHELL TO PROTECT THEIR BODIES
TYPES OF FEATHERS
HOW ANIMALS MOVE?
WALKS ON LAND
FLIES IN THE AIR
SWIMS IN THE WATER
SLITHERS ON LAND
WHAT ANIMALS EAT?
HERBIVORES EAT PLANTS
CARNIVORES EAT OTHER ANIMALS
ANIMALS EAT PLANTS AND OTHER ANIMALS
VIVIPAROUS ANIMALS ARE BORN FROM THEIR MOTHER’S WOMB
OVIPAROUS ANIMALS ARE BORN FROM AN EGG
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