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Classification Project

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Rachel Ball

on 10 December 2012

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Classification Project By Rachel Bibliography Reptilia Squamata Crocodilia
Eukaryote Has a nucleus Animalia Don't have a cell wall, they need oxygen to live. Chordata They have notachords and nerve chords, they are bilaterally symmetrical, they have a complete digestive system. Mammalia Carnivora Prominent Canine teeth, no fewer than four toes, diet tends to be more carnivorous., highly intelligent, binocluar vision Covering of hair or skin, give live birth,mammary gland, endothermic, teeth are fixed to the jaw, Felidae Obligate Carnivores, agile Felis Walk directly on their toes, small felines catus The domestic house cat: small (under 42 inches), prefer indoors, long spinal cord Ursidae Large body with stocky legs, long snout, four legs Ursus heavy paws and claws, large and strong jaws good hearing and sense of smell maritimus webbed front paws for swimming. long sharp claws for ripping apart prey Cold blooded, have five clawed toes on each limb http://www.preservearticles.com/2011082011053/characteristics-of-class-reptilia.html http://animals.jrank.org/pages/3044/Bears-Ursidae-POLAR-BEAR-Ursus-maritimus-SPECIES-ACCOUNTS.html Polar Bear Characteristics Perissodactyla Equidae Tapiridae Equus ferus Tapirus bairdi horse: large, block-like teeth, forelock protrudes from their forehead http://www4.uwsp.edu/biology/facilities/vertebrates/Mammals%20of%20Wisconsin/Equus%20caballus/Equus%20caballus%20page.htm Agamidae Pogona vitticeps Central Bearded Dragon: triangular head, long and flat body, thick, squat legs http://www.geckosenigma.com/eng/pogona_characteristics.html Pogona Vitticeps Characteristics spiny scales, can change color with the heat, long tails. strong legs, good vision, feed on insects they can open their mouth very wide, they have scaled skin, they can have horns. Leptotyphlopidae Leptotyphlops Characteristics of Reptilia Ferus Characteristics under 30 cm, no upper teeth, highly polished scales. long, narrow bodies, pink or brown, large head, scale carlae Barbados Threadsnake: Oviparous, tiny (4 inches is large) Gavialidae Gavialis gangeticus Very thin snout long claws and teeth that protrude Gharial: Flat tail, large ghara that amplifies sound (only in males) replace teeth as they age, flat, sprawling walk, plated, scaly tails. rhombifer Google Images: Animal Pictures Cuban crocodile: Large blunt teeth, aggressive and dominant attitude Crocodylus shorter snout with large jaw that opens wide Crocodylidae four-chambered heart, stream-lined body, palatal flap in the back of the throat that keeps water from entering the lungs when underwater long,slender tails, mobile outer ears that can swivel around, odd toed hooves herbivores with horny hooves long legs, hair changes with the seasons, sturdy skeletons, barrel shaped chest, long nose. camouflaged coats, proboscus (long nose-like snout), short stubby tail large, swine-like creatures with low crowned teeth Baird's Tapir: white-tipped ears, reddish coat
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