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A special trait that helps an organism survive.
A cold-blooded vertebrate that spends part of its life in water and part of its life on land.
An invertebrate with jointed legs and a body that is divided into sections.
An adaptation by which an animal can hide by blending in with its surroundings.
A smaller group within a phylum. Classes are made up of smaller groups called orders.
An animal that cannot control its body temperature.
The living part of an ecosystem.
Any organism that eats the food producers make, or that eats other consumers.
An organism that breaks down wastes and the remains of other organisms.
The study of how living and nonliving things interact.
The living and nonliving things in an environment, and all their interaction.
An internal supporting structure.
A hard covering that protects an invertebrates body.
An organism no longer alive on Earth.
A smaller group of organisms within a class.
The set of steps in which organisms get the food they need to survive.
A group made up of two or more very similar species.
The home of an organism.
A consumer that eats only plants.
An animal without a backbone.
The largest group into which an organism can be classified.
A warm-blooded vertebrate with hair or fur.
A consumer that eats both plants and animals.
A smaller group within a class.
A living thing that carries out five basic life functions on its own.
A depletion of resources that occurs when too many of at least one kind of living thing inhabits an ecosystem.
One type of organism living in an area.
A large group within a kingdom.
An organism, such as a plant, that makes food.
A cold-blooded vertebrate that lives on land and has a backbone, an endoskeleton, and waterproof skin with scales or plates.
The smallest group into which an organism is classified.
A characteristic of a living thing.
An animal with a backbone.
An animal with a constant body temperature.
Adaptation. Amphibian A special trait that helps an organism survive.
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