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Extraterrestrial EvolutionBarlowe’s Aliens Classified By Tera Reid
Progenitor: Solaris 700 billion tons Organic entity Devoid of O2Organized Intelligence
Mimoids Soft Ones Intelligent Gaseous Feed on Sunlight Black CloudInterstellar hydrogen Absorbs sun/star energy
Mother Large, intelligent organism Camouflage – large boulderOmnivorous Females - Stationary
Mother Cryer silicon-based plant Unity 18% Oxygen CzillMobile plant intelligence Absorbs carbon dioxide, water Dextran Carnivorous Semi-mobile Intelligent females
Cryer Cygnostik Cryer Garnishee Similarities: Metallic gray tone2.0 – 2.5 meters Intelligent forms Convergent Evolution with Bipedal Species Similarities: Tree shaped *Omnivorous, like Mother* Cryer Garnishee
Slash Mesklinite Radiate SirianLoss of tentacles Gain of 18 pairs of legs Gain of tentacles, fur Inherited eyes Velantian -Serpentine -12 limbs
Common Evolutionary Trait Chosen: WingsCinruss* Overlords Old One*
Insectoid Evolution Demu Cinruss Chulpex Overlord 4 limbsBipedal Hard Chiton Exoskeleton Loss of Wings 6 limbs Now bipedal Overlord Wings Sustained
Evolution of ExoskeletonDirDir Flexible skin like bone Antennae Pnume Body Armor Wings Exoskeleton Mandibles Flexible Overlord
Tentacle & Winged EvolutionWings Trait Ixtl 4 arms, 4 legs Derivative of the tentacles Riim - Bipedal - Bird-like Ixchel - 4 arms, 2 legs - Derivative of tentacles - Bipedal The Thing Tentacle hands 4 limbs Shapeshifter
Old One Ishtarian DemonTentacles to Limbs Moss – Body Leaves – Mane Both plant and animal life 6 limbs to 4 limbs Fur instead of Plant
Puppeteer Sulidor DilbianBack to 1 head Bipedal, thicker fur Elongated nose Maintains 4 limbs Brainless heads Shortened nose to muzzle Thinned fur; bear-like
Tran Vegan Ruml Mammalian Broad, not strong 4 fingered handsWeak, flexible 6 fingered hands Marsupials Narrow pelvis Cannot stand fully erect
Ruml Athshean -evolved from tree dwelling primates after a more human species on Athshe became extinct Fur, Closer to erect, no pouches
Uchjinian Appears Genderless Range in color Pliable smear of matterFloat freely Abyormenite Genderless Six tentacles Polarian Teardrop shape Muscular socket and wheel
Gowachin Thrint Merseian-Reptilian Scales Merseian Mammalian Faint scales Salaman - Amphibious - Amphibious - Smooth, wet skin - Webbing Lithian Amphibian to Reptile Development Gowachin Salaman Lithian
Amphibian Humanoid Guild Steersman - Humanoid Webbed Feet & Hands
Science Vocabulary All About Animals.
Reptiles. Gastropods Crustaceans Birds Amphibians.
Young animals inherit their features from their parents.
Animals Grow and Change
Science Types of Animals and Their Traits Third Grade.
Grouping Animals Li-We are learning about the main groups of animals Sc-We are able to successfully group animals.
SCI-ence FI-ction Authors. ALIENS, EXOTIC PLANETS, FTL, SPACESHIPS Sci-fi authors write about aliens who are extraterrestrials. These ETs may or may not.
How Can We Group Animals?. A mammal is an animal that has hair or fur.
3 rd Grade Part Five Review. What Plants Need Water Light Soil (for nutrients) Air.
Chapter 3 Life Cycles.
Chapter 5: Vertebrates.
The Human Body. Parts of the body. This is our body.
How do we classify vertebrates? Know that living things are different but have similar characteristics.
Vertebrates Animals that have a backbone.
Adaptation. Amphibian A special trait that helps an organism survive.
Warm Up Match the following animals with their correct animal group: Animals: snake, squirrel, toad, eagle, rockfish Phylum: amphibian, bird, fish, mammal,
Adaptations The Living World.
Describing animals Science 1º ESO. Describe these animals: Think of words for SHAPE, MAIN PARTS, LIMBS/EXTREMITIES, SKIN and SPECIAL FEATURES.
Homologous Structures vs. Analogous Structures
Vertebrates. Kingdom: Animalia Animal Kingdom is divided into 35 different phyla. Based on external and internal physical characteristics, these phyla.
CLASSIFYING ANIMALS. Classifying Animals Vertebrates: Animals with backbone. Invertebrates: Animals without backbone.
Animal Adaptations. WHAT ARE ADAPTATIONS? An adaptation is What are some adaptations you can think of? a body part (physical characteristic) or behavior.
Unit A: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Types of Animals Mrs. Tweedie September 2006.
All About Animals.
Chapter 3. Phylum Chordata At some point of their lives, all have a: - notochord - hollow nerve cord - pharyngeal pouches - tail.
Unit 2 Lesson 5 Introduction to Animals Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Animals By Jihan Medhat.
Arthropods Have Exoskeletons & Joints
I. Fish A. Fish are cold-blooded 1. cold-blooded: body temperature changes with the air or water around it. 2. When air or water is cold, fish body temperature.
VERTEBRATES FishAmphibiansReptiles Birds Mammals Primates Rodents MarsupialsWhales - Dolphins.
Scroll to next slide to modify the game board This is a template for you to use in your classroom. These notes will not appear on the actual slide show.
Unit 14 - Animals. Animal Traits Eukaryotes (complex cells with nuclei) Heterotrophs (do not make their own food) Multicellular Motile (can move) Sexual.
VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES
Adaptations and Traits. By: Alyssa Marie Bunting Elephant Thursday February,14 th 2013.
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 7d- Variation1 Variation.
Environmental Resources Unit Animal Wildlife Management.
Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles
A PowerPoint presentation by: Ms. Brewer’s First Grade Class
Vertebrates are animals with a backbone. Only 5-10% of animals are vertebrates on Earth, yet we are most familiar with them! Vertebrates have muscles,
LIFE AS A FROG By Lucia Cursio What is a Frog §Frogs belong to the zoological class known as Amphibia. §Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates. §What.
Classifying Animals Part 2 Vertebrates
What Is the Difference Between Animals and Insects?
Animal Adaptations. What is an adaptation? An adaptation is a change in an animal’s physical structure or behavior that helps an animal to survive in.
Science: review ch.1 and ch.2 L.1
Chapter 10 Mollusks, Arthropods, Echinoderms. Mollusks Characteristics of Mollusks *Invertebrates *Often protected by a hard outer shell *Soft body *Thin.
Homologous Structures In everyday life, people look like one another for different reasons. Two sisters, for example, might look alike because they both.
Cladograms. Evolutionary tree used to Test hypotheses about evolution Learn about the characteristics of extinct species and ancestral lineages
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