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classification 2


Topher McHugh

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of classification 2

Classification by Topher eukariote (a cell with a nucleus) animalia (living, breaths, multicellular) chordata (have a notochord,
a hollow dorsal nerve cord,) reptilia (cold blooded, lay eggs, an amnion,
and a double membrane that
permits the embryo to breath
effectively) mamilia (warm blooded, live birth,
mothers milk,
four chambered heart) dasyuromorphia (carnivores, broadly
similar in form) carnivora (teeth, claws,
binocular vision) felidae P. concolor (protractable claws, solitary , muscular,
hunters aside from lions, soft toe pads) tail, fur, whiskers Potato pie 1928374655 squamata chamaeleonidae (zygodactyl feet,
separately mobile) trioceros t. jacksonii varanidae viranus V. komodoensis scales or sheilds,
moveable quadrate bones some of the most
intelligent lizards genus of largest lizards largest living lizard 3 horns, saw-tooth
shaped dorsal ridge crocadylia alligatoridae alligator A. mississippiensis crocadylidae crocadylus C. acutus myrmecobiidae appeared 83.5 million
years ago and are the
closest living relatives to birds one of the two species
know as true alligators average of 75 teeth inhabits freshwater marshes relatively slender snouts
and triangular jaws one of only
three genera habitat limited to the
southern half of florida myrmecobius m.fosciatus thylacinidae thylacinus t. cynocephalus previously considered a subgenus
of the genus Chamaeleo puma felidae (protractable claws, solitary , muscular,
hunters aside from lions, soft toe pads) panthera p. tigris four speicies able to roar exeptionaly stout teeth,
territorial, generaly solitary but social sticky tounge degenerate jaw, up to
50 non-functional teeth sternal scent gland numbat Tasmanian tiger tiger Florida panther all were carnivorus marsupials wolf like head, short ears jacksons chameleon komodo dragon american alligator american crocidile nocturnal hunter, large jaws, relatively weak http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_alligator http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson's_Chameleon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_crocodile http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komodo_dragon
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