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Types of Animals Mrs. Cummings 3 rd Grade Animals Unit
Mammals have fur or hair breathe with lungs feed their young milk born alive
Birds have two legs most fly with wings hatch from eggs have feathers
Fish live only in water breathe with gills are born live or hatch eggs have scales
Reptiles land animals that have scales dry, bumpy skin have lungs for breathing hatches from eggs
Amphibians Animals that usually live first on water and later on land lay eggs have smooth, moist skin
Insects 3 body parts 6 legs invertebrate (no backbone)
Who am I???? I have two legs. I fly with wings. I hatch from eggs.
Who am I? I have fur or hair. I feed my young milk. I breathe with lungs.
Who am I? I live only in water. I breathe with gills. My young are born live or hatched from eggs.
Look what you have learned. to classify animals by their looks to classify by birth to classify by movement
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