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1D 29

Vertibrates and Invertebrates
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Natalie Li

on 9 February 2013

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Transcript of 1D 29

Vertibrates The End (>_<) Birds Reptiles Fishes Mammals They have feathers and a beak.
Breathe with lungs.
They have a pair of wings.
Lay eggs.
Have a pair of webbed feet.
They have a constant body temperature. Have dry and horny skin with scales.
Breathe with lungs.
Have two pairs of legs.
their body temperature changes with the environment.
they lay eggs enclosed in a hard shell. Breathe with gills.
Swim with fins.
Have wet skin, most with scales.
their body temperature changes with the environment. What are vertibrates ? _? Vertibrates are animals that have backbones........ Examples:
Swallow
Swan
Ostrich
Penguin Examples:
Human
Dogs
Leopards
Monkeys Examples:
Whale
Dolphin Examples:
Crocodile
Lizards
Turtles Examples:
Sea horses
Clownfish
Stone fish These animals have backbones scientists classify the vertebrates into five groups:
fish,
amphibians
,reptiles
,birds
mammals. Mammals that live under water:
Breathe with blowhole.
Have mammary glands.
Almost have no hair.
Swim with fins.
Mammals that live on land:
Have hair.
Babies are fed on mother's milk.
Breathe with lungs. Amphibians they have smooth, moist skin.
they larvae live in water and breathe with gills.
the adults breathe with lungs and can live an land.
their body temperature changes with the environment. Examples:
Frog
Toad
Spotted salamander
Newt Wings Beak Legs Beak Fins Dry Scales. Two pairs of legs Hard shell Two pairs of legs Fins Wet scale fins Tail Fur Two pairs of legs. Fur Mammary Glands Ears Ears Fins Flippers Blow with blowhole Breathe with lungs I.S project: Vertebrates

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