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The Kangaroo, Sea Star,
and Spanish Moss By: Jacob Wolfe and Will Schultz The Sea Star Spanish Moss Respiration Circulatory System Reproductive system Circulatory System Respiration Respiration Reproduction Circulatory System The Kangaroo Nearly the same system that humans have
Closed system with blood flowing from the heart through veins and blood vessels Once the joey is born it develops very quickly Respiration occurs in tube feet and papulae
Oxygen enters the body in these places
As it enters the carbon dioxide is released After digestion, remove waste by shooting it out of a small hole on its top side
Very much like a dolphin or a whale shooting water out of the hole in their body Removes waste through cellular respiration
Releases unneeded substances into atmosphere for other organisms to use Non vascular (no veins)
Transport nutrients through diffusion Breathes through nose and mouth into lungs
Diaphragm expands and oxygen enters then carbon dioxide is released Waste Removal They remove waste through defecation.
organisms eliminate solid, semisolid or liquid waste material (feces) from the digestive tract via the back end.
The same way humans do. When they are born they are blind and hairless. It takes at most 3 days for a joey to be born. Once the joey is born the mother starts to create another egg. Skeletal System The Kangaroo has bones to support its body
Has distinctive features to help it hop around like:
Long, muscular thigh
Its long tail promotes balance Waste Removal Does not use blood vessels to transport blood
Uses a water vascular system
This system uses sea water to transport nutrients throughout the body Can reproduce both sexually and asexually
For asexually the lose an arm or part of one and then that arm grows into a starfish (Fragmentation)
Sexually they release the gametes into the water and the baby is grown outside the starfish body Support system Starfish have endoskeletons made of calcium carbonate
Assists in protection, support and locomotion
Tube feet help sea star move around Waste Removal Reproduction Support System Takes in oxygen through photosynthesis in H2O
Releases any excess through cellular respiration Releases seeds, these are carried by birds and wind
Some fragments of moss will attach to bark in the fall and winter
Even if there looks like none there, some will probably grow back in bunches Has no roots to support it to the ground
Has thin long stems to attach itself to the host tree
Cell walls keep them upright and support the plant Kangaroo Kangaroos are very similar to humans and other mammals.
They eliminate waste in the same way
Have similar circulatory systems
Respire in the same way Citations "KANGAROOS." Natural History Collections: Kangaroos. Natural History Collections Navigation Bar, n.d. Web. 03 May 2013
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"Spanish Moss." - CreationWiki, the Encyclopedia of Creation Science. Creation Wiki, 12 June 2010. Web. 03 May 2013. Starfish Starfish are similar to Whales and Dolphins. The main way they relate to eachother is they all eliminate some wastes through a hole on their top sides Spanish Moss Spanish moss are similar to most other plants,
They have cell walls
Make food through photosynthesis Similarities
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