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Young animals inherit their features from their parents.-to receive traits from parents Young animals inherit their features from their parents.
trait a body feature an animal inherits; it can also be somethings that an animal does A kangaroo has the trait of carrying its young inside a pouch.
mammal Horses, cows, and dogs are all mammals.-an animal that has fur or hair and is fed milk from its mother’s body Horses, cows, and dogs are all mammals.
bird -an animal that has feathers, two legs, and wingsBirds have many different shapes and colors!
amphibian -an animal that begins life in thewater and moves onto land as an adult Frogs are amphibians because they begin life in the water and later move to land.
gills -a body part found in fish and young amphibians that takes in oxygen from the water When frogs are young they breathe from gills; later they have lungs and their gills disappear.
fish Different fish have many different shapes and sizes.-an animal that lives its whole life in water and breathes with gills Different fish have many different shapes and sizes.
scales Most fish are covered with scales.-the small, thin, flat plates that help protect the bodies of fish and reptiles Most fish are covered with scales.
reptile A turtle is a reptile that has scales on its legs and tail.-a land animal that has dry skin covered by scales A turtle is a reptile that has scales on its legs and tail.
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