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Published on October 12, 2007

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How Do We Classify Animals?:  How Do We Classify Animals? By Loralee Bruns Look at All the Different Animals How Can We Group Them?:  Look at All the Different Animals How Can We Group Them? Scientists classify animals into six groups:  Scientists classify animals into six groups Mammals Reptiles Amphibians Birds Insects Fish Mammals:  Mammals Have fur or hair Breathe with lungs Female mammals make milk for their babies Examples of Mammals What others can you name?:  Examples of Mammals What others can you name? Reptiles:  Reptiles Have scaly skin Most reptiles lay eggs Live in dry or wet habitats Examples of Reptiles:  Examples of Reptiles Iguana Crocodile Sea Turtle Snakeneck Turtle Amphibians:  Amphibians Begin their lives in water Have smooth, moist skin Live in both water and land Examples of Amphibians:  Examples of Amphibians Toad Blue Tree Frog Green Tree Frog Birds:  Birds Only animals with feathers Have two wings and two legs Young hatches from eggs Examples of Birds:  Examples of Birds Snowy Owl Pheasant Eagle Insects:  Insects Have three body parts and six legs Have hard body coverings Young hatch from eggs Examples of Insects:  Examples of Insects Grasshopper Butterfly Honey Bee Fish:  Fish Live in water Breathe with gills Have fins to move through water Examples of Fish:  Examples of Fish Find the mammals:  Find the mammals These are Mammals:  These are Mammals Brown Bear Tigers Find the Reptiles:  Find the Reptiles These are Reptiles:  These are Reptiles Salamander Alligator Can You Name the Six Animal Groups?:  Can You Name the Six Animal Groups? Mammals Reptiles Amphibians Birds Reptiles Fish Resources:  Resources Indiana Grade 2 Science Standards:  Indiana Grade 2 Science Standards Standard 1: Science Inquiry 2.1.3 Describe, both in writing and verbally, objects as accurately as possible and compare observations with those of other people. Standard 4: Living Environment 2.4.1 Observe and identify different external features of animals and describe how these features help them live in different environments.

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