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All about Flukes By: Sarah Voris, Emily Haldeman, Austin Getch, and Kyle Haenel
Symmetry Flukes have bilateral symmetry. Bilateral symmetry is where you can cut the object in half, and it has two identical sides.
Body image The body is a flat oval shape. The body varies on the different kinds of flukes.
Where they live They live in a host such as: animals, humans, water.
Number / names of openings They have one or two suckers.
How they eat When Flukes enter your body they drink your blood.
Oxygen Flukes absorb oxygen from the bloodstream of their hosts.
Reproduce They reprodce sexually. When flukes enter your body, they lay eggs in you and the eggs hatch and infect your body.
By Josh Baker and Stephen Corbin. S.B. * Definition-A type of an animal that filters the water it lives in to get food. * Body system- No body systems.
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How Do Animals Change as They Grow? The learner will: Recognize that as an organism grows, its appearance may change. Recognize that as an organism grows,
Definition: A type of animal that filters the water it lives in to get food. Body Systems: Their symmetry is asymmetrical and they don’t have any body.
They are: Mammals Fish Reptiles Birds Amphibians There are five different groups of animals with backbones.
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