Ppt on mammals and egg laying animals

NC Animals By Mrs. Hart’s 4 th Grade February, 2008.

phone wires, people. It habitat is North America. It lays eggs on tree stumps or ground. It doesn’t build nests/eggs, plants, fallen apples, grapes, leaves and tiny voles, earthworms, salamander and sometimes snakes. There is a v shape on there back and there fur is black and white. They live in North and South America. Skunks live in the wild and grass lands and in burrows. Skunks are quiet and sometimes whistle. Skunks are mammals. Mammals live with their babies. Kits are skunks and sleep together. Animals/


18.3 Diversity of Mammals.

two groups, the egg-laying mammals and the pouched mammals, reproduce very differently from most other mammals. Egg-Laying Mammals As you probably know, most mammals give birth to live young. Living in Australia and New Guinea, however, are mammals that lay eggs. They are the duck-billed platypus and two species of spiny anteater. These egg-laying mammals are called monotremes (MAHN oh TREEMZ). Monotremes have the two unique mammal characteristics: hair and mammary glands. Their eggs are soft-shelled/


Turtle Life Cycle.

a butterfly (which have completely different physical forms) during their life cycle. This can be compared with animals that just grow, where adults are basically larger versions of the young. Recap or explain the definition/mammals that lay eggs instead of producing live young (the duck-billed platypus is an example of a monotreme). For older or more advanced groups, have a discussion about the difference between ‘placental mammalsand ‘marsupials’: Marsupials are much like other mammals (placental mammals/


SEXUAL REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

place in the uterus, but no placenta is formed. *The young animal crawls into a pouch on the outside of the mother’s body after birth and attaches itself to a mammary gland. *Development is completed in the pouch. Ex: kangaroo, opossum (keseli ayı) Egg-laying mammals Gagalı memelilerde (platypus, ornithorenk) *The egg of egg-laying mammals contain a large amount of yolk. *The embryo completes its development outside/


Animals: The Vertebrates Chapter 26. Something Old, Something New Every animal is a combination of traits Every animal is a combination of traits Some.

Chapter 26 Something Old, Something New Every animal is a combination of traits Every animal is a combination of traits Some traits are conserved from / Monotremes –Egg-laying mammals Marsupials Marsupials –Pouched mammals Eutherians Eutherians –Placental mammals Role of Geologic Change Monotremes and marsupials evolved while Pangea was intact Monotremes and marsupials evolved while Pangea was intact Placental mammals evolved after what would become Australia had split off Placental mammals evolved after/


Living Things.

Things Animals Plants ANIMALS Mammals Bugs Amphibians Fish Reptiles Birds Bugs Bug? Bug? Mammals Have hair or fur Feed their young with milk Breathe with lungs Mammal? Which is different? Birds Have feathers Fly with wings Have 2 legs Bird or Mammal? Bird or Mammal? Fish Breathe with gills Lay eggs in water Live in water Fish? Fish? Fish? Amphibians Have moist skin Lay eggs in water Lives on land and water/


Plants and Animals. I can identify the things a plant needs to survive and explain why they are needed. I can describe the characteristics of the three.

The kidneys are an important organ for maintaining homeostasis. The kidneys get rid of things the body does not want and works to keep the things it does not want. Reproduction Mammals reproduce using internal fertilization. Most mammals give birth to live offspring. However, a few mammals do lay eggs. Reproduction Young mammals are usually helpless when they are born. Therefore, their parents must care for them.


Animal Kingdom Mammals. Phylum Chordata Evolutionary relationships.

ammonia, water soluble (some water wasted). Class Mammalia Modern mammals are split into three groups: Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) Marsupials (mammals with pouches) Eutherians (placental mammals) Order Monotremata Monotremes once lived throughout Pangaea, which split into Laurasia and Gondwana ~200 mya. The placental animals evolved later, ~160 mya, in Laurasia. However, ~24 mya earlier, Antarctica and Australia had broken away and become isolated. Few placentals arrived there; thus, the old/


Classification Standards S5L1. Students will classify organisms into groups and relate how they determined the groups with how and why scientists use.

are typically cold-blooded, covered with scales, and equipped with fins fish - aquatic vertebrates that are typically cold-blooded, covered with scales, and equipped with fins bird - warm-blooded creatures, like mammals, but they lay eggs, like most reptiles bird - warm-blooded creatures, like mammals, but they lay eggs, like most reptiles How do scientists classify animals? S5L1.a Demonstrate how animals are sorted into groups. King Philip Come Out/


10/6/2015 1 Intro. to Animals Ch 32-34 10/6/2015 2 Characteristics of animals multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes No cell wall Dominant generation.

adaptations for life on land Evolved from synapsid ancestors; include egg-laying monotremes (echidnas, platypus); pouched marsupials (such as kangaroos, opossums); and eutherians (placental mammals, such as rodents, primates) Figure 34.UN10 10/6/2015 67 1.What is the general name for the characteristics that define the split on the phylogenetic tree? Animal Intro Review Quiz 10/6/2015 68 1.What is the/


Ancestors of these various animals re-invaded oceans after evolving adaptations to life on land. Ancestors of these various animals re-invaded oceans.

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Non-vertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians Chapter 30.

classified into 3 groups based on their mode of development and birth. Mammal Diversity & Classification The three groups of mammals are 1. Monotremes (egg laying) 2. Marsupials (pouched mammals) 3. Placentals (develop in a uterus and are nourished by a placenta) The Orders of Mammals Order Monotremata –Egg laying –Includes platypus and echidna Order Marsupialia –Pouched mammals –Bear live young but at a very early stage of development –Young complete development in/


Kingdom Animalia. Cell Number: Multicellular with extensive specialization Cell Type: Eukaryotic Animal Cells (no cell wall) Food: Heterotrophic – Carnivore.

Plan Polyp- attached (draw) Medusa- Free floating (draw) Special Cell Nematocyst – stinging cell Chordata – Fishes Bony or cartilaginous (sharks) Chordata – Mammals Live birth and mammary glands Marsupials – mammals with pouches Monotremes – rare mammals that lay eggs Special Animal Characteristics Animal Homeostasis Ectotherm – Cold blooded (internal temperature changes with environment; lay in sun when cold, seek shade when hot) Endotherm – Warm blooded (special adaptations to keep internal temp the same/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Birds and Mammals Table of Contents Section 1 Characteristics of.

Placental Mammals Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Objectives Describe the difference between monotremes and marsupials. Name the two kinds of monotremes. Give three examples of marsupials. Explain why many marsupials are endangered or extinct. Chapter 17 Section 5 Monotremes and Marsupials Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Monotremes A monotreme is * A female monotreme lays eggs/


Animal Classes Connor Chung. Guide: This PowerPoint has been made and must be followed by these rules: Most of this presentation is animation controlled.

200-210 days after being laid It grows into a young Komodo Dragon, eating small animals It then grows into a fully grown Komodo dragon, and lays eggs if female Contents Mammals Mammals are distinguished by: drinking milk, being born live ( But, platypuses lay eggs), and being warm-blooded. Contents SLOW LORIS Slow Lories are mammals unique for their protection against harmful predators. It licks it’s poisonous elbows ( seriously/


Unit III Reptiles and Turtles Information. Introduction to Snakes Class Reptilia, Order Squamata Class Reptilia, Order Squamata 38 species of snakes in.

mostly lay eggs, but some give “live” birth, where they retain the eggs inside and the babies emerge from the mother. Snakes have weak jaw muscles. If you get bitten by a non-venomous snake, they basically open their mouth and hit you with their teeth. The bigger the snake, the bigger their teeth, so it hurts more, but not like getting bitten by a mammal/


Animal Classes Connor Chung. Guide: This PowerPoint has been made and must be followed by these rules: Most of this presentation is animation controlled.

200-210 days after being laid It grows into a young Komodo Dragon, eating small animals It then grows into a fully grown Komodo dragon, and lays eggs if female Contents Mammals Mammals are distinguished by: drinking milk, being born live ( But, platypuses lay eggs), and being warm-blooded. Contents SLOW LORIS Slow Lories are mammals unique for their protection against harmful predators. It licks it’s poisonous elbows ( seriously/


Animal Kingdom Vertebrates. Vertebrate History Overview: Half a Billion Years of Backbones By the end of the Cambrian period, some 540 million years ago.

Turtles) There are approximately 300 species They are characterized by bony shell, limbs that join the ribs, and keratinized beak instead of teeth. Lay eggs, but don’t protect or provide parental care Long time to Mature (Up to 8 years) / Hair is a derivative of the epidermis and is unique to mammals. An animals coat is called pelage. Hair is used for temperature regulation, sensory perception, and camoflauge. External Adaptations (Cont.) Claws are present in mammals. They are used for motion or defense/


33 Deuterostome Animals. 33 Deuterostome Animals 33.1 What is a Deuterostome? 33.2 What Are the Major Groups of Echinoderms and Hemichordates? 33.3 What.

Evolved in the Chordates? Most sharks are predators, some strain plankton from the water. Skates and rays live on the ocean floor and feed on animals in the sediments. Chimeras live in deep sea, cold waters. Figure 33.12 Chondrichthyans 33/.4 How Did Vertebrates Colonize the Land? Living mammals (5,000 species) in two major groups: Prototherians: duck-billed platypus and echidnas—lack a placenta, lay eggs, and have sprawling legs. Therians—all other mammals. Figure 33.24 Prototherians 33.4 How Did /


Chapter 34 Vertebrates. The animals called vertebrates get their name from vertebrae, the series of bones that make up the backbone Mammals, birds, lizards,

a cartilaginous skull and axial rod of cartilage derived from the notochord Concept 34.3 Craniates with a Backbone = Vertebrates Vertebrates represent only 5% of animals Vertebrates are /mammals are split into three groups: monotremes (egg-laying mammals), marsupials (mammals with pouches) and eutherian (placental) mammals. Monotremes - playtpuses and echidnas - are the only living mammals that lay eggs. –The reptile-like egg contains enough yolk to nourish the developing embryo. Monotremes have hair and/


Today: More classification and diversity of life–starting animals!

are segmented (divided into sections) First phylum with a developed digestive system- mouth, “stomach”, and anus Phylum Annelida Class Polychaeta = marine worms Which animal phylum is the first to have a complete digestive system? A.Mollusca B.Porifera C.Cnidaria D/reptiles, mammals, etc.)? A.Domain B.Kingdom C.Phylum D.Class Amphibians (means two lives) Skin must stay moist (breathe through it!) Lay eggs in water Babies develop in water and then later move to land Reptiles Covered with scales Lay eggs on /


Kingdom: Animals Domain Eukarya Domain Bacteria Archaea

coelem fan worm leech Invertebrate: Arthropoda Spiders, insects, crustaceans most successful animal phylum bilaterally symmetrical segmented specialized segments allows jointed appendages exoskeleton chitin + protein/lay eggs with shells? Which vertebrates are covered with scales? What adaptations do birds have for flying? What kind of symmetry do all vertebrates have? Which vertebrates are ectothermic and which are endothermic Why must amphibians live near water? What reproductive adaptations made mammals/


Vertebrate Survey Anatomy and Physiology of Vertebrates

, and mammals have internal fertilization (inside female) Fewer eggs are produced Developing embryo is nourished inside the egg by a yolk (food) and wrapped in membranes (called the amniotic egg) Membranes bathe embryo in liquid and receive and store wastes Reproduction Amniotic egg also has a shell for protection and allows for gas exchange Important step in evolution – no water necessary Reproduction How eggs are handled is different amongst vertebrates Oviparous animals lay/


THE ANIMALS ELS ALUMNES DE 3r curs 2010/2011. Què hem fet? Els alumnes de 3r hem treballat els animals vertebrats des de Naturals i Anglès. Aprofitant.

2010/2011 Què hem fet? Els alumnes de 3r hem treballat els animals vertebrats des de Naturals i Anglès. Aprofitant que treballàvem els vertebrats, per parelles hem triat un animal i hem buscat informació per elaborar uns PowerPoint. Des de langlès,/Theyve got lungs. Theyre viviparous. The mothers dont lay eggs. The babies grow inside their mothers body. Its a mammal. HAMSTER By Judite and Alba HAMSTER This is a hamster. It has got fur on its body. Its got two legs and a tail. It can run. Hamster get oxygen /


Classifying Animals- Ch. 19

were the worlds first truly terrestrial vertebrates. All reptiles have scaly skin that can withstand dessication and lay eggs with hard shells, therefore they are not tied to the water like their relatives, the /and egg cells. Pros/ cons Animal Gestation Times Different mammals have different gestation times. Depends on size of animal Gestation time is period of time from the fertilization of an egg until birth occurs. In general the larger the animal the longer gestation time. Animal Gestation Times Mammal/


Mating Reproductive Strategies in Animals

Determination - Genetics Sex Chromosomes Animal Male Female Human XY XX Birds ZZ ZW Drosophila Grasshopper XO XO means only one chromosome Note : In birds the female gametes determine sex Sex Determination - Genetics Platypus – egg laying mammal Sex determination by 10 sex /for the embryo come from the from the egg yolk (larger the yolk, larger the young). Larger the egg size, less eggs produced, and have longer periods of embryonic development, and vice-versa. Eggs can be a target for predators… Viviparity/


VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES

backbones: Amphibians Are cold blooded Live on land and in water Have smooth skin Lay eggs These are amphibians Amphibians have backbone: Birds Have feathers Are warm-blooded Have hollow bones and most can fly Lay eggs   Birds have backbone: Mammals Have hair or fur Are warm-blooded Feed milk to their young Bear live young (except monotremes) Mammals have backbones Animals without a Backbone or Spinal Column: VERTEBRATES/


REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS The Rise of Amphibians (Devonian Period)

REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS Life Cycle ‘Metamorphosis” of a Frog (pg. 758-759) REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS Frogs and Toads (4,000 species) 1. These animals are distinctive with their long hindlimbs capable of res- ponding to powerful muscles, which allow them to / in reptiles and birds as a reservoir for nitrogenous waste, but also as a means for oxygenation of the embryo. Oxygen is absorbed by the allantois through the egg shell . The allantois functions similarly in monotremes, which are egg-laying mammals. REPTILES &/


Marine Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals. Vertebrates Vertebrates originated in the ocean 350 million years ago Vertebrates descended from bony fish Land dwelling.

a lot of females return to the beach where they were born to lay eggs. Only females usually go on land. They excavate a hole in the sand to lay between 100 and 160 eggs. Eggs hatch after 60 days of incubation. Sea Snakes They are laterally flattened with/used for defense and to anchor themselves to ice Sea Otters and Polar Bears Sea Otters are the smallest of marine mammals. Otters lack a layer of blubber, it keeps warm from the air trapped in its dense fur They are playful and intelligent animals, who spend/


The Animal Kingdom: The Deuterostomes

vertebrates Learning Objective 11 Contrast monotremes, marsupials, and placental mammals Give examples of animals that belong to each group Mammals Characterized by hair mammary glands differentiated teeth three middle-ear bones Have highly developed nervous system and muscular diaphragm Are endotherms Monotremes (Subclass Holotheria) Duck-billed platypus, spiny anteaters Monotremes lay eggs Marsupials (Subclass Metatheria) Include pouched mammals kangaroos, opossums Young are born in embryonic stage/


THE LIVING WORLD 10th Grade - Biology. THE LIVING THING Plants and animals exhibit considerable diversity at the cellular level. During the evolution.

cavities are separated by a muscular membrane called the ‘diaphragm’ The heart is four chambered with two auricles and two ventricles Mammals are unisexual animals. Reproduce by sexual methods. Most mammals give birth to young ones except echidna and platypus. They are egg laying mammals. Ex : Kangaroo, Whale, Bat, Giraffe, Lion, Elephant, Man etc. MAMMALIA PISCESAMPHIBIAREPTILIAAVESMAMMALIA commonly called fishes.commonly called amphibians commonly called reptiles commonly called birds/


Vertebrates Abdulla Alsubai 6D.

species of bird found in the world. Mammals Dry fur No eggs Milk provided for youngsters 4 limbs Facts about mammals Mammals are warm-blooded animals with hair on their bodies. They also give birth to live young. Well, most of them do, the duck billed platypus and 2 kinds of echidna are mammals but they lay eggs. Because the platypus and the echidna can do this they are called/


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C4-1 Anatomy and Physiology of Animal Reproductive Systems.

life of an animal? How do you determine animal readiness for breeding? K. Spawning—Spawning is the releasing of eggs by a female fish and the subsequent fertilization by the male. A female may lay thousands of eggs at one spawning. The male fish then fertilizes the eggs by releasing sperm on the mass of eggs. Review What are the major reproductive organs in male mammals? What are the/


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C4-1 Anatomy and Physiology of Animal Reproductive Systems.

Identify the female reproductive organs and their functions in mammals. Define and explain the steps of spermatogenesis and oogenesis, and describe sperm and egg characteristics. Objectives Identify the male and female reproductive organs and their functions in poultry. Describe the methods used to castrate and neuter animals, and explain the benefits of castration and neutering. Explain the phases of reproductive development in the life of an animal, and determine an animal’s readiness for breeding. Terms/


Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata The vertebrates and their relatives.

Monotremes are the egg laying mammals They share two notable characteristics with reptiles –Both the reproductive and urinary systems open into a cloaca –“Monotreme” means single opening Only three species of monotremes exist today: they are found in Australia and New Guinea –Duckbill Platypus and two species of Spiny Anteaters Laying eggs and caring for young Monotremes lay eggs that are incubated outside the body They hatch into young animals in about/


VERTEBRATES Ch. 25 & 26. Life Birds Birds Birds Mammals Mammals Mammals.

invertebrates that are chordates (tunicates & lancelets) Vertebrates are Chordates Vertebrates are animals with a skull and a backbone Vertebrates are animals with a skull and a backbone –An endoskeleton In vertebrates, only remnants of the notochord remain/Birds- feathers Birds- feathers Mammals- nails, hair, horns Mammals- nails, hair, horns Reptiles Reptile Characteristics Water-tight, scaly skin that molts Water-tight, scaly skin that molts Lungs Lungs Lay eggs Lay eggs Cold-blooded Cold-blooded (/


Kingdom Animalia. They are complex, multicellular organisms Their cells have a nucleus and organelles Their cells do not have a cell wall Most of them.

a small, cylindrical body with two pointed ends unsegmentedTheir body is long and unsegmented Some of them are free living and some are parasites in plants and animals Examples: Ascaris and hookworm Hookworm Ascaris Ringed Worms elongatedThey have an elongated body with segments chaetaeThey//hour. Ostriches also lay the biggest eggs among the birds. An ostrich egg is about 3.3 pounds and is the size of a baby’s head. FYI, one ostrich egg can make an omelet for 10 people!!!!! Mammals Mammals They have hair on/


10/15/2015 CHAPTER 26 ANIMALS. 10/15/2015 ANIMALS Adapted to live in all environments Adapted to live in all environments land, oceans, fresh water, cool.

escape danger Flying enable birds to escape danger Lay eggs with hardened shells – more protected from water loss Lay eggs with hardened shells – more protected from water loss 10/15/2015 BIRDS MAMMALS Three groups: Three groups: Monotremes – egg-laying mammals Monotremes – egg-laying mammals Duck-billed platypus Duck-billed platypus Marsupials – young born prematurely and must be reared in pouches Marsupials – young born prematurely and must be reared in pouches Kangaroos, opossums/


What are they? Invertebrates  Animals without backbones.

legs with claws for digging  Breathe through lungs  Eat insects, small animals, fruit and vegetables  Lay eggs on land Tortoise Snake Lizard Birds  Warm-blooded  Beak or bill as mouth with no teeth  Breathe through lungs  2 legs with talons  Eat insects, plants, small mammals or even other birds  Lay hard-shelled eggs Blue Jay Hummingbird Pigeon Mammals  Live on land or water  Warm-blooded  Breath through lungs/


OVIPARIOUS ANIMALS. Birds Types of Birds that lay eggs… Ostrich Eagle Goose Pigeon Humming Bird Quail Heron Stork Ibises There are many other birds that.

OVIPARIOUS ANIMALS Birds Types of Birds that lay eggs… Ostrich Eagle Goose Pigeon Humming Bird Quail Heron Stork Ibises There are many other birds that lay eggs. This is just to name a few. Birds Facts about Birds Birds have feathers, wings, and are warm-blooded. All female birds can lay eggs. However, they can only lay 1 egg a day. This is because they have a single ovary unlike mammals and reptiles/


Vertebrate Characteristics Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals.

is something that makes mammals different, because most other kinds of animals do something else... Fish lay many eggs - sometimes millions of tiny eggs! They are also laid in the water. The process amphibians go through is called "metamorphosis". Baby amphibian looks completely different than the adult amphibians! Amphibians lay thousands and sometimes millions of small, soft eggs, and they lay them in the water! The eggs are jelly-like. Amphibian/


AP Biology 2007-2008 Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Animals Domain Eukarya.

development of brain  concentration of sense organs in head  increase specialization in body plan Animals now face the world head on! acoelomate AP Biology Invertebrate: Nematoda  Roundworms  /lay eggs with shells?  Which vertebrates are covered with scales?  What adaptations do birds have for flying?  What kind of symmetry do all vertebrates have?  Which vertebrates are ectothermic and which are endothermic  Why must amphibians live near water?  What reproductive adaptations made mammals/


AP Biology Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Animals Domain Eukarya.

 most successful animal phylum  bilaterally symmetrical/egg-laying mammals  duckbilled platypus, echidna  marsupials  pouched mammals  short-lived placenta  koala, kangaroo, opossum  placental  true placenta  shrews, bats, whales, humans AP Biology Vertebrate quick check…  Which vertebrates lay eggs with shells?  Which vertebrates are covered with scales?  What adaptations do birds have for flying?  What kind of symmetry do all vertebrates have?  Which vertebrates are ectothermic and/


Mammals Science Chapter 2.6 Fourth Grade Lenkerville Elem.

its young – Mammals are the only animals that feed milk to their young. Traits of Mammals 5 Female mammals have body parts, called milk glands, that produce milk. The milk is food for the young. Traits of Mammals 6 Most mammals live on land, but some live in water. Three Groups of Mammals Egg-Laying Mammals Marsupials Fully Formed Egg-Laying Mammals Fully developed young hatch from eggs Duckbilled Platypus Duckbilled Platypus Egg-Laying Mammals Spiny Anteater/


26-1 CHAPTER 26 Amniote Origins and Nonavian Reptiles Amniote Origins and Nonavian Reptiles.

animal with a shell-less egg remains tied to water Any animal with a shell-less egg remains tied to water Development of a shelled egg freed the reptilian groups to exploit land Development of a shelled egg/ of Paleozoic tetrapods Nonavian reptiles, birds, and mammals Nonavian reptiles, birds, and mammals Developing young enclosed by extraembryonic membrane called the/73 Reproduction Reproduction Most are oviparous and lay shelled eggs Most are oviparous and lay shelled eggs Others, including pit vipers, are /


Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C4-1 Anatomy and Physiology of Animal Reproductive Systems.

life of an animal? How do you determine animal readiness for breeding? K. Spawning—Spawning is the releasing of eggs by a female fish and the subsequent fertilization by the male. A female may lay thousands of eggs at one spawning. The male fish then fertilizes the eggs by releasing sperm on the mass of eggs. Review What are the major reproductive organs in male mammals? What are the/


AP Biology 2007-2008 Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Common ancestor Kingdom: Animals Domain Eukarya.

fan wormleech AP Biology Invertebrate: Arthropoda  Spiders, insects, crustaceans  most successful animal phylum  bilaterally symmetrical  segmented  specialized segments  allows jointed appendages  /lay eggs with shells?  Which vertebrates are covered with scales?  What adaptations do birds have for flying?  What kind of symmetry do all vertebrates have?  Which vertebrates are ectothermic and which are endothermic  Why must amphibians live near water?  What reproductive adaptations made mammals/


Birds and Mammals What Is a Vertebrate? Fishes Amphibians Reptiles Vertebrate History in Rocks Table of Contents.

Birds and Mammals Class Mammalia Endothermic animals with hair or blubber to keep warm. Reproduce sexually and produce milk through mammary glands to feed their young. Four-chambered heart. Breathing is aided by the diaphragm. Birds and Mammals Three Sub-classes (based on how their young develop) 1. Monotremes—egg-laying mammals. Examples: duck-billed platypus and the echidna. Platypus Echidna Birds and Mammals 2. Marsupials— pouched mammals. Young are born premature and continue/


Vertebrate and Invertebrate Animal Structures (6-3.1) - compare the characteristic structures of vertebrates and invertebrates: detect ways that these.

and crocodiles Birds Are warm-blooded (endothermic); breathe with lungs; lay eggs; have feathers; have a beak, two wings, and two feet. Most are adapted to fly Mother and Babies http://slowrobot.co m/i/39424 http://slowrobot.co m/i/39424 zoom out to 67% to view pictures best Mammals/ endotherms? A. reptiles and amphibians B. birds and mammals C. fish and birds D. reptiles and mammals 17) This animal is a(n) __. A. reptile B. amphibian C. mammal D. cnidarian 17) Amphibian (frog)  18) This animal has __. A. /


Mammals Kingdom Animalia ---Phylum Chordata ------Subphylum Vertebrata ---------Class Mammalia What do you get when you cross an elephant with a fish?

the jaw and teeth can give you information about about a mammal’s: a. habitat b. age c. diet 6. Mammals have [ double / single ] loop circulation. 7. Diversity refers to a. different kinds b. the way animals evolved Reproduction Most mammals give birth to live young. There are two groups that are exceptions… 1. Monotremes (lay eggs) 2. Marsupials (develop young in a pouch) Order Monotremata ● Egg laying mammals found/


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