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Biology Presentation- The animalia kingdom
Transcript of Biology Presentation- The animalia kingdom
By George Kellingley, Max Riddings, Michael Delany, Sachin Suseelan and Osaid Adil
Characteristics of organisms within the animal Kingdom
The Animal Kingdom
An example of an organism-
Key anatomical features of organisms within the animal kingdom
Movement- All living things move, even plants
Respiration- Getting energy from food
Sensitivity- Detecting changes in the surroundings
Homeostasis- maintaining internal conditions
Growth- All living things grow
Reproduction- Making more living things of the same type
Excretion- Getting rid of waste
Nutrition- Taking in and using food
Specialized sense organs
What is it to be 'Alive'?
INFO for presenters
-----Mammals: monkeys, dogs, kangaroos, walruses, and whales.
-----Birds: ducks, chickens, ostriches, seagulls, finches, and parrots.
-----Reptiles: snakes, lizard, alligator, and turtle.
-----Amphibians: frogs and salamanders.
-----fish: sharks, guppies, salmon, tuna, and catfish
-----insects: beetles, butterflies, flies, cockroach, and grasshoppers.
-----arachnids: spiders, ticks, mites, and scorpions
-----Mollusk: Octopus, snail, and squid
Description of the 'Animal' kingdom