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Animals have a life cycle that includes birth, growth, reproduction and death. BirthGrowthReproductionDeath
Some animals are born live, others hatch from eggs. Mammals have live young. Fish birds and reptiles mostly lay eggs.
Young animals grow to become adults.
Humans grow from babies to adults too.
Adult animals have young of their own.
Death is part of every animal’s life cycle.
A life span begins with an animal’s birth and ends with its death. Different animals have different life spans. Female Tarantula: 10 – 20 years Alligator: 50 – 60 years
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