Ppt on mammals and egg laying animals wikipedia

Group one ● Jordan,Sara,Autumn and Avery. Autumn ● Trade in python and their products is prohibited by cites ● Pythons are fairly doile creatures even.

on birds,retiles,they prefer small mammals, such as rats ● Pythons keep rodent population down ● Southern europe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Pytho n Avery ● Snakes live in most habitats world wide ● They eat rats ● They live in the jungles and scrubland,rockyhillside ● They lay eggs ● It is a very adoorabul snake ● It drapes across trees and branches http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Pytho n Sara ● Pythons/


Ecdysozoa Protostomes are divided into two large groups the Lophotrochozoa and the Ecdysozoa. The Ecdysozoa includes two major groups the Nematoda and.

blisters and the female worm then protrudes from the sore and lays her eggs, thus continuing the life cycle. Guinea worms There is no cure for Guinea worms and the/in cysts formed in individual muscle cells of the host. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Trichinella_larv1_DPDx.JPG Trichina worms Trichinella when it hatches from /immune system. Trichinella occurs commonly in wild animals such as foxes, wolves and bears. Smaller mammals such as skunks, raccoons and rats, which commonly associate with people, are/


Bellwork 1/28/16 On Your Desk: -IAN -Planner -Pencil On Your Desk: -IAN -Planner -Pencil 1.How would you describe the term behavior in animals? 2.List.

and the elephant. Tapirs are mammals. They produce one, and in rare cases two, live babies after a thirteen-month gestation period. Tapirs are herbivores, and /th ) Recently Extinct Animals: http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/animals /g201/recently-extinct-animals-list-470209/ Check out these lists of extinct animals: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_extinct_anima /Acacia Plant & Ants The ants lay eggs on acacia tree so they get a nice safe place for their eggs. The acacia covers the infected area/


Chapter 11 Terrestrial Flora and Fauna Physical Geography A Landscape Appreciation, 9/e Victoria Alapo, Instructor Geog 1150.

object of study Less prominent than vegetation More adaptable to environmental variability (animals move). And they’re found beyond the D zone “treeline”. E.g. Polar bears/wikipedia.org/wiki/Messeldeu  9 Zoogeographic Regions –Fig. 11-23 (see text for more info) –Australia Region Australia and adjacent islands Most distinctive fauna of any region due to the region’s lengthy isolation. Same for plants. –Few placental mammals –Fig. 11-17: Kangaroo. Fig. 11-18: Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) Echidna and/


By Corbin Molina.  Wolves are a type of animal that are like dogs but different.  They are actually the ancestors of dogs!  Wolves are mammals. Mammals.

mammals. Mammals are warm blooded animals that don’t lay eggs.  Wolves live in Rocky Mountains, Artic tundras, thick forest and valleys.  Northern wolves are well adapted to cold weather and change habits to avoid hot weather.  What wolfs eat depends on their habitat.  Northern wolves eat moose, caribou, musk oxen and/ sometimes get tricked, are evil or happy and helpful.  Dudley, Karen. Wolves. Austin: Steck-Vaughn, 1997.Print.  “Gray wolf.” Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia foundation, inc./


Part of the Evolution of Australian Biota Module Biology in Focus, Preliminary Course Glenda Childrawi and Stephanie Hollis Evolution of Australian Biota.

to split up. en.wikipedia.org Moving Australia If this history of the movement of the continents is correct, it should explain the current distribution of various plants and animals. There are very few plants and animals found naturally (without the / placentals, particularly bats, rats and mice. smh.com.au Moving Australia When Australia and Antarctica separated from Africa and India about 150mya, mammals had only evolved to the point where most in the world were monotremes (lay eggs) or marsupials (have a /


ANIMALS MENU INTRODUCTION CREDITS INTRODUCTION This power point goes over animals and how their physical characteristics effect where they live and what.

in the water because they eat fish and other creatures that live their. BACK BABY ANIMALS Most animal species resemble their mothers as babies. Mammals have their babies and stay with them as they grow. These infants look very much like their mothers and are easy to identify. Other mothers lay eggs and sometimes they babies grow and learn on their own like fish and frogs. They do not always look/


Bird Characteristics Feathers Endothermic Eggs with hard shell Lack of teeth, bony beak Pneumatic bones Excellent vision and hearing, poor sense of smell.

lays eggs in a clutch –Size varies from one to 20 eggs –Varies by latitude, egg size, nest characteristics, food availability, etc. Ostrich egg Robin eggs 5 inches Humboldt penguin egg Parental Care Altricial: hatchlings blind, naked and/mainly catch and eat other animals Scavengers: –birds that mainly eat dead animals Habitats Emperor/wikipedia.org): feather illustration, bird skeleton, contour and down feathers, king penguin colony, winter wren with hatchlings, flicker in nest, flamingo on nest, ostrich egg/


Bird Basics.

in size: 0.25 inch long (hummingbirds) to 6 inches long (ostriches) Female lays eggs in a clutch Size varies from one to 20 eggs Varies by latitude, egg size, nest characteristics, food availability, etc. Ostrich egg Humboldt penguin egg 5 inches Robin eggs Parental Care Altricial: hatchlings blind, naked and helpless, must be fed by their parents Most species, including common songbirds Precocial: hatchlings born eyes open/


By Alex P.,Haley, and Preema. Human and Marine Interactions Salt marshes provide more ecosystem services to coastal populations then any other environment.

and Marine Interactions This coastal zone has living animals, it’s crawling with hundreds of kinds of invertebrates. Fiddler crabs, hermit crabs and stone crabs join snails, mussels and worms in finding food and shelter in the salt marsh. Fish and shrimp come to this coastal zone looking for food and a place to lay their eggs/.ca/coast/ http://www.novascotia.ca/coast/  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_marsh http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_marsh  http://coastalgadnr.org/eo/sm http://coastalgadnr./


are chemicals used by farmers to kill various pests. Pests are insects, fungus, bacteria and other things that feed on crops, are vectors for disease,

it could effect the environment and us humans. DDT is toxic to a wide range of animals, not only insects, such as marine animals and many species of fish. It is less toxic to mammals, but may be moderately toxic/ interfering with their reproductive organs and causing the eggs they lay to have thin shells that crack during incubation. PPM = parts per million Information from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_effects_of_pesticides http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biomagnification http://www./


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grinding molting animals: shed their exoskeleton to grow Ecdysozoa Phylogeny molting animals: shed their exoskeleton to grow http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6//laying a “raft” of eggs in water. This female mosquito has sensory organs to locate the victim animal (thermal, CO2) and it’s blood vessels (octenol). She also has a stylet to pierce into an animal/in mammals: Proteins are polymers of some 22 different amino acids Enzymes cleave the peptide bond during… Protein digestion in mammals:/


are chemicals used by farmers to kill various pests. Pests are insects, fungus, bacteria and other things that feed on crops, are vectors for disease,

take effect and kill the pests /and, due to the rules of supply and demand, it will be cheaper. The crops also grow bigger, better and/nitrogen from the air and convert it into / to Aquatic Life and can pollute drinking water/and us humans. DDT is toxic to a wide range of animals, not only insects, such as marine animals and many species of fish. It is less toxic to mammals/by animals in a food /birds, animals or humans/and causing the eggs they lay to have thin/they must be replaced. And I believe that the /


Biotic and Abiotic Influences on Ecosystems (textbook section 2.7)

trap – traps and digests flies Gypsy moths eat leaves Baleen whales eat plankton 3. Mutualism Mutualism occurs when two individuals benefit each other Example: a bee and a flower, seed dispersal by animals, cleaner fish /and wolves. Symbol: +/- Parasitism Examples Botfly larvae are internal parasites of small mammals Strangler figs are parasites of trees Heartworms are parasites of dogs Cowbirds have a form of nest parasitism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eastern_Phoebe-nest-Brown-headed-Cowbird-egg/


Organic vs conventional agriculture. Topics Review of basic elements of traditional (and thus organic) vs Green Revolution agriculture What plants need.

Wikipedia Biodynamics Organic vegetable field Plastic mulch used as a major element in weed control – is it better than sprays? University District Farmers Market Organic animal production Organic feeds – Either grass-fed or organic hay and / rainforest. Science Magazine 2002 a wide range of taxa, including birds and mammals, invertebrates and arable flora, that benefit from organic management through increases in abundance and/or species richness It remains unclear whether a holistic whole- farm approach/


Spring Peeper, Green Frog, and Wood Frog Management at Neithercut Woodland Clay Wilton, Randi Brown, Traci Goldsworthy.

variety of vegetation, soil, and animals occupy this property Spring Peeper/lay between 750 – 1,200 eggs –deposited individually –attached to sticks and aquatic vegetation –eggs typically hatch within / intercellular freezing and dehydration http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood_frog Green Frog – /and monitoring both native and potentially harmful non-native species.  Harmful species can be in the form of insects, fish, mammals, birds, and vegetation  Fish are one of the largest threats to amphibians both as predators and/


Ecosystem Ecology I. Introduction II. Energy Flow III. Biogeochemical Cycles IV. Productivity, Diversity, and Stability.

://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Phanerozoic_biodiversity_blank_01.png Millions of Years Ago Thousands of Genera Permian mass extinction: 96% of all marine species and 70/incredible-costa-rican-euglossine-bees.html Pollinators Insect Parasitoids (lay eggs on other insects) Insect Predators Malagasy Sunset Butterfly /80%99s-going-on-here- then-100 http://australian-animals.net/plat.htm http://www.pbase.com/image/37557333 / How is our biodiversity doing? 1 in 4 mammal species is endangered 1 in 8 bird species is/


Lelonah Mullins. Characteristics Animals that sleep in the day and come out at night are called nocturnal. Many have very sensitive hearing. Most have.

They live in desert and woodland areas They lay 1-5 eggs at a time Spectacled Owl Their eyes resemble glasses They prey on small mammals Live in rainforests Snowy Owl The heaviest owl in North America Lives in cold climates Can eat animals that are caught in/at a few species of bats, foxes, and owls. What other creatures of the night are there? List five other night animals and tell me a little about them. References www.ehow.com www.star.spsk12.net www.en.wikipedia.org www.foxesworld.com www.mrsgbauer.com /


1 The Monarch Butterfly By: Rebecca. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS MEET THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY…. 3 HOME SWEET HOME ….. 4 DINNER TIME……………..5 ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS…6.

ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS…6 LABELS…………………….7 READ MOE/FUN FACTS…8 GLOSSARY………………...9 3 Meet the Monarch. The monarch is orange and black. It has wings. The wingspan Is from 8 to 10 cm. They are insects and have 6 legs. The eggs are creamy white and/ Adaptations They are poisonous or taste badly to birds and mammal. Some migrate south and lay eggs there for the next generation. 7 Read More// that butterflies eat 10 Resources www.nature.ca www.wikipedia.org www.monarch-butterfly.info.com www.wildwisconsineweb.com /


GREEN SEA TURTLE Marine Biology Presented by Austin and Mike.

other invertebrates and seaweed. FEEDING Adults: Sharks, whales, and humans. Juveniles and new hatchlings: Crabs, small marine mammals, and shorebirds. PREDATION/egg cavity using her cupped rear flippers as shovels. The egg cavity is shaped roughly like a teardrop and is usually tilted slightly. These may lay up to 200 eggs. REPRODUCTION -Red dots are known major nesting sites -Yellow dots are minor nesting sites - Harvest of eggs and//animals/green_sea_turtles/ ●http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Sea_Turtle /


ESTUARY AND TIDES Gwyn Michael M. Padilla Katrina Chari Estavas Rio dela plata estuary.

northern Europe, Alaska and Canada.  Life in an Estuary River Exe Estuary  Life in an estuary is an interesting and diverse mix of land and sea creatures, and some animals.  Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, shellfish, and plants all interact in/laying of eggs. Most commercially valuable fish and shellfish spawn, nurse, or feed in estuaries.  Estuaries are home to an astonishing variety of plants and animals and important in the lifecycles of many more. Crabs and clams of many species call these fresh and/


Australian flag  The hottest, the driest and the flattest continent.  The only country that is a continent.

powerful spririts created the land and the people)  ab/ curved in shape and used as a /they took away the land and destroyed the Aboriginal way of/and it is slightly different than British or American English  Can you guess what do these words and/ some peculiar animal species that /mammal has a tail like a beaver, a body like an otter, walks like a reptile, has webbed feet and a beak like a bird, and it lays eggs! A lot of very dangerous animals/And who is this? A Tasmanian Devil, a unique animal that lives/


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hold a blood meal The animal lives for 4-5 days on this one meal The protein is used for laying a “raft” of eggs in water ©1996 Norton Presentation/in the caecum. Horse manure makes good compost and food for fungi. Equus caballus http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/64/Frisian_horse.jpg/800px-Frisian_horse./ of polysaccharides Starch amylase amylase amylase Maltose Glucose maltase maltase Glucose Protein digestion in mammals: Stomach pepsin amino end His Glu Tyr Thr Lys His Glu Ser Arg Asp/


Biodiversity in Minnesota Samuel Sellers. Common Loon Males are slightly larger than females, this bird is smaller than a goose and larger than a mallard.

_summer_P&G.jpg White tailed deer Large brown or gray mammal with a white tail that lifts when alarmed or /in the winter and grow them back in the late summer and early fall. male http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb //with yellow or white diffusions. Lives in moist forest, woodland animal. http://www.amybartlettwright.com/images/snake_t.jpghttp://www.amybartlettwright.com//lay 5 to 44 eggs Rat snakes are not venomous but will hurt when they bite. willow large when growing along streams and/


Today is Monday, March 16 th, 2015 Pre-Class: So we’re in the chordates group, right? (say yes) Who’s our closest relative outside the chordates? In This.

jaws) and do not have paired appendages (limbs). http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/animal lineage a LONG time ago. Closure: Egg Transitions Turns out, even eggs have a number of “in- between” transitional species. – Fish and amphibians strictly lay eggs. So we call them oviparous. – Reptiles mostly lay eggs. Also oviparous. – Some reptiles develop in eggs inside Mom, but they’re never laid. So we call them ovoviviparous. – One reptile has a placenta and takes care of its young. It, like mammals/


A Pirates Journey Into the Deepest Oceans! By: Nathan Nimeskern Next Ahoy!! Today we be goin t learn about creatures o t deep! Click on t next button.

Marine Mammals –Fish –Invertebrates –Marine Reptiles Marine Biology Next Saltwater Fish Marine Mammals Invertebrates/ Largest whale (and animal) Largest whale (and animal) –Blue Whale/lay their eggs Some females return to the place of their birth to lay their eggs –She lays lots of eggs, but only a few baby sea turtles make it Immune from jellyfish stings, and regularly eat them Immune from jellyfish stings, and/wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_biology http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_biology http://en.wikipedia/


Symbiotic Species Matt Wojick

to 40 eggs per season and can lay almost daily through the breeding season –Bluebirds only lay 10 eggs per year http://www.allaboutbirds.org/NetCommunity/page.aspx?pid=1058 Habitat Brown-headed Cowbird Brown-headed Cowbird Eastern Bluebird Eastern Bluebird http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/com mons/c/cf/Eastern_Bluebird-rangemap.gif http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/53/ Molothus_ater_Map.svg/515px-Molothus_ater_Map.svg/


Algae / phytoplankton Plant (Producer) Get Energy from: the sun; make their own food through photosynthesis. Place in Food Web: (Producer) form the basis.

Energy from: parasite that feeds on the blood of fish, frogs, turtles, and mammals. Place in Food Web: (Primary Consumer) may be predator and prey Mutualism: food source for many birds, fish, ducks, aquatic animals, such as frogs, snakes and insects Photo courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sv%C3%B8mmende_blodigle.JPGhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sv%C3%B8mmende_blodigle.JPG Scud (Side Swimmer) / Aquatic/


Diversity of Life II Lecture 6 Copyright © 2012 Joe Marx.

of Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources. Right-hand image courtesy of Wikipedia. Page 14 Brachiopods (Lamp Shells) Phylum of lophotrochozoan protostomes that superficially/ II Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Page 15 Bryozoans (“Moss Animals”) Phylum of tiny lophotrochozoan protostomes that usually live in colonies. / limbed ancestors, that lay eggs protected by membranes, and that are not mammals. –Include crocodiles, lizards, snakes and turtles. –Similar to fish and amphibians in ectothermic temperature /


REVISION HISTORY Date Version Revised By Description Aug 25,

? It is a bird (Aves) It is warm-blooded (or homeothermic) It has feathers and a bill or beak It lays eggs and incubates the eggs to keep them warm (f) What are some California sea otter features? It is a mammal (Mammalia) It gives birth to live young It has fur and feeds its young on milk 3.4 ACTIVITIES (g) Fill out the following classification/


0 OUR OCEAN PLANET SECTION 6 – TEMPERATE SEAS. 1 REVISION HISTORY DateVersionRevised ByDescription Aug 25, 20100.0VLOriginal.

and are very important in the food web since many animals feed on them including mussels, fish and fish larvae, squid, sea birds, and mammals (such as baleen whales and certain seals). 2. Meroplankton Meroplankton is the collective name for the tiny eggs and larvae of animals /The female then scoops out a shallow nest in the sand and lays 3,000 to 20,000 small jade-green eggs about 20 cm (8 in) into the sand. The male then fertilizes the eggs as she drags him over them. Young horseshoe crabs hatch/


0 OUR OCEAN PLANET SECTION 8 – OPEN OCEAN. 1 REVISION HISTORY DateVersionRevised ByDescription Aug 25, 20100.0VLOriginal.

/leatherback-sea-turtle.html http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/bottlenose-dolphin.html http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/elephant-seal.html - Elephant seal http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/bluefin-tuna.html - Atlantic Bluefin Tuna http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/blue-marlin.html - Blue Marlin http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/whale-shark.html - Whale shark http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_sunfish - Ocean sunfish/


0 OUR OCEAN PLANET SECTION 7 – POLAR SEAS. 1 REVISION HISTORY DateVersionRevised ByDescription Aug 25, 20100.0VLOriginal.

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/krill.html - Krill http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icefish - Icefish http://www.odu.edu/sci/cqfe/species%20studied/ocellated-icefish/ocellated-icefish.htm - Icefish 37 7.3 OCEAN LIFE 38 7.3 OCEAN LIFE 7.3.1 Pinnipeds There are 5 groups of marine mammals today: Pinnipeds (True Seals, Eared Seals, Walruses) Cetaceans (Whales and Dolphins) Sirenians (Manatees and Dugongs/


Reproduction & Development Videos 1 -Ovulation 1 -Ovulation  1 - Ovulation 1 - Ovulation 2 - The Menstrual Cycle 2 - The Menstrual Cycle  2 - The Menstrual.

egg-laying mammals http://animaltrial.com/platypus.jpeg http://www.abc.net.au/science/scribblygum/June2000/img/f_echid10.jpg Kangaroos & Opossums http://www.northrup.org/photos/crap/Animals//Repro/femalerepro1.html 4) Menstruation  If the egg is NOT fertilized by sperm, progesterone levels decrease and the uterus begins to break down  3-5/ http://medgen.genetics.utah.edu/photographs/diseases/high/fig144.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:FASLip.jpg http://www.thieme.de/dmw/inhalt/engl_or/or18803/


Today is Tuesday, December 22 nd, 2015 Pre-Class: Today begins our Embryology unit – in other words, more baby pictures. Also, take a look at the embryos.

. You know, that thing that’s only supposed to happen in meiosis. Mosaicism https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/03/Heterochromia_iridum_and_iridus_2013-09-30_14-15.jpg 2. Implantation The morula will transform into a hollow ball / Because mammals do not lay eggs, there needs to be direct contact between mother and fetus. Note: Many of these structures are also present in egg-laying animals. They’re just a little different. Extraembryonic Membranes Two main membranes form to protect and nourish /


Adapting to the Environment. Adapting to the Environment Chapter 3 – Section 1 Asexual reproduction : reproduction that does not involve the union of.

animals. Internal fertilization : fertilization of an egg by sperm that occurs inside the body of the female. Reptiles, birds, mammals. Adapting to the Environment Chapter 3 – Section 1 All mammals reproduce sexually. All mammals nurture their young with milk. Three types Monotreme: mammals that lay eggs. Eggs incubate and/flies and DDT. European bison and American bison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepper_moth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_bison http://thewebsiteofeverything.com/animals/mammals//


Life History Analyses.

life cycles are common in animals, including insects, marine invertebrates, amphibians, and some fishes Typical life cycle/ clones asexually Giant Pacific octopus females lay single clutch of eggs and broods them for 6 months Female /are partially counteracted by behavioral, physiological and morphological adaptations Many herding mammals will protect young by the adults //wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0f/Rain_forest_NZ.JPG/800px-Rain_forest_NZ.JPG Connections in Nature: Territoriality, Competition, and /


Five Kingdoms of Living Things

: lizards, snakes, turtles, and alligators/crocodiles. Most lay eggs. Birds Physical Features Warm-blooded Covered with feathers Live on land, in trees, & on water Don’t have front legs Have wings Have short, soft feathers called down Classification Groups: Animal Kingdom, Vertebrates Facts: Birds have beaks. Most fly. Few live in cold weather. They have hollow bones. Some have webbed feet. Mammals Physical Features: Warm/


Module of Applied Entomology

Lucerne bug - Adelphocoris lineolatus Birds – Pheasant, pigeons Mammals – as usual in field crops 142142 Sunflower pests During/wikipedia.org 173173 Rapeseed pests Cabbage Steam Flea beetle - Psylliodes chrysocephala Young adult appears in May-June After 10 to 15 days, the female starts to lay eggs. It stops when the temperature falls below 0°C, and/animals, 0.8-1.4 mm in length and 23-47 μm in diameter. Considerable morphometric variation occurs in adults according to their host and/or age. Males and/


Fact File On Five Living Organisms Ravin Madurawe 6/2 Science.

Mushroom Snowshoe Rabbit Liger The Echidna Echidna Tachyglossus aculeatus Common Name Scientific Name Introduction Tachyglossidae family Egg-laying mammals (monotremes) Live in Australia and New Guinea Named after monster in Greek Mythology Powerful diggers Protects its self with its spines Marsupials (an animal with a pouch) Lower Body temperature than other mammals What do they look like Between 1-8 cm long Covered with coarse hair/


T HE D UCK -B ILLED P LATYPUS By Melanie Hoaglund.

lays eggs to reproduce Males are venomous and kill some small animals for self-defense Physical Characteristics Beaver-like tail Elongated snout, that of a duck bill Webbed, flat feet S OURCES U SED : http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/acco unts/information/Ornithorhynchus_anatinus.htm l http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platypus#Reproducti on http://rainforest-australia.com/platypus.htm http://www.theanimalfiles.com/mammals/egg_lay/


The History of Life © NASA www.fossilmuseum.net/Fossil-Pictures/Ammonites/Ammonite-5/Ammonite-5-1024.jpg.

of the land by plants and animals. Mesozoic Era. 250 to 65 mya. Appearance of mammals and flowering plants, but the land is dominated by dinosaurs (reptiles). Cenozoic Era. 65 mya until present. Land dominated by mammals and flowering plants. First three eras/lyelli Lay eggs on land http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/Hylonomus_BW.jpg Onto Land (8): First Rainforests 320-290 million years ago http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale Around 300 mya, coal seams in North America and /


Sea Lamprey Petromyzon marinus. Sea Lamprey Class Agnatha (Greek for no jaws) Feeding method Mostly in larval stage, they filter feed in the mud. But.

Works Cited Churney Jr., Robert. "Class Chondricthyes." 12 Mar. 2009. "Galápagos tortoise -." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 19 Mar. 2009. "Mammals (Mammalia) - Information about Mammals, facts, photos and pictures at WildAnimalsOnline.com." Wild Animals Online - An online encyclopedia of wild animals - facts, photos, pictures, information. 12 Mar. 2009. "Oriental Fire-bellied Toad -." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 19 Mar. 2009.http://www.comfsm.fm/~brianl/chondrichthyes.htmlhttp://en/


By: Carolina Rodrigo Briones 9A.  Dinosaur : "terrible lizard“. They are another group classified in the reptiles, but aren’t lizards. (not necessary)

and not flight.  Complex feathers have variations in coloration, similar to modern birds.  Pterosaurus layed eggs  Leathery egg shell  Eggs were small (like reptiles, unlike birds)  They buried eggs/animal (1%-2% total brain mass)  Have so large flocculus due to large wings. (more sensory informartion to process)  Diapsid: ("two arches")  Reptiles (cold-blooded)  Two holes behind each eye  Synapsids: (fused arch)  Mammal/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeopteryx http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki//


HUMAN IMPACT on the BIOSPHERE Chapter 6. The Tragedy of the Commons When a resource (like the environment)

to __________. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bison Pile of bison skulls, 1870’s Wild buffalo overhunting WHY POACH? Many endangered big game animals today are threatened by__________________ / fish eating birds like osprey, brown pelican, and bald eagles. DDT causes birds to lay eggs with ___________ shells so eggs would break when sat on. American Bald Eagle/It has been estimated that over a million sea-birds and 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles are killed each year by ingestion of plastics /


The History of Life © NASA www.fossilmuseum.net/Fossil-Pictures/Ammonites/Ammonite-5/Ammonite-5-1024.jpg.

lyelli Lay eggs on land http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/Hylonomus_BW.jpg Onto Land (8): First Rainforests 320-290 million years ago http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale Around 300 mya, coal seams in North America and Europe / insect-eating animals. The need to be active at night may be why mammals are warm-blooded Yanoconodon © Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation Boom & Bust? (5): Deep Impact 65 million years ago http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geologic_time_scale/


Biodiversity in Minnesota By: Hailey Oachs. American Coot (Fulica americana)

and sometimes larger animals like deer and caribou. Lynx often store leftover kill by covering it with snow. Predators and Habitat/eat, places to hide from predators, and clean gravel to lay their eggs in. All the land around a stream/Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 06 Dec. 2012. Web. 02 Oct. 2012.. "Trout." : Minnesota DNR. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Oct. 2012.. "Balsam Fir (Abies Balsamea)." Balsam Fir: Minnesota DNR. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Oct. 2012.. "Mammals of Minnesota: Canada Lynx: Minnesota DNR." Mammals/


HUMAN IMPACT on the BIOSPHERE Chapter 6. The Tragedy of the Commons When a resource (like the environment)

to __________. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bison Pile of bison skulls, 1870’s Wild buffalo overhunting WHY POACH? Many endangered big game animals today are threatened by__________________ / fish eating birds like osprey, brown pelican, and bald eagles. DDT causes birds to lay eggs with ___________ shells so eggs would break when sat on. American Bald Eagle/It has been estimated that over a million sea-birds and 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles are killed each year by ingestion of plastics /


HUMAN IMPACT on the BIOSPHERE Chapter 6-1 & 6-2 A Changing Landscape Resources.

due to __________. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bison Pile of bison skulls, 1870’s WHY POACH? Many endangered big game animals today are threatened by__________________ http://cnnstudentnews/fish eating birds like osprey, brown pelican, and bald eagles. DDT causes birds to lay eggs with ___________ shells so eggs would break when sat on. American Bald /It has been estimated that over a million sea-birds and 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles are killed each year by ingestion of plastics /


The Endangered Species in Poland ZSM nr 1 Grajewo 2012 / 2013Justyna Ćwik.

Sometimes they become entangled with larger snakes and battle on the ground. Occasionally, they prey on small mammals up to the size of a rabbit, and rarely birds and large insects. The female lays 1-2 eggs. In Poland they are very rare/in the family Unionidae, the river mussels. The length of this animal not exceed 10 cm. The European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis) is a long-living freshwater species of / Forest, the Silesian Lowland and the Sudetenland. pl.wikipedia.org portalwiedzy.onet.pl Google grafika


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