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Published on October 12, 2007

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PDGE Integrate Science EDD5157D:  PDGE Integrate Science EDD5157D Ng Mo Huen Rachel 04063970 VERTEBRATES Living Things:  Living Things Two kinds of living things: Animals & Plants Next Which one is NOT an animal?:  Which one is NOT an animal? Starfish Orchid Sea anemone Next Animals:  Animals Two kind of animals: Vertebrates & Invertebrates Next Which one is NOT a vertebrate?:  Which one is NOT a vertebrate? Snake Centipede Earthworm Next Vertebrates have backbones:  Vertebrates have backbones Next Vertebrates:  Vertebrates Five kinds of vertebrates: Fish Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals Next Next Which one is not a fish?:  Which one is not a fish? Seahorse Dolphin Next Fish:  Fish Seahorse is a fish Covered with scales Use gill for breathing Cold-blooded Next Which one is NOT an amphibian?:  Which one is NOT an amphibian? Salamander Crocodile Frog Next Amphibians:  Amphibians Salamander & Frog are amphibians Live both on land and water Wet skins with no scales Lay eggs Cold-blooded Next Which one is NOT an reptile?:  Turtle Snake Salamander Which one is NOT an reptile? Next Reptiles:  Reptiles Turtle and snake are reptiles Covered with dry scales Live on land Breathe with lungs Lay egg Cold-blooded Next Which one is NOT a bird?:  Which one is NOT a bird? Penguin Bat Next Birds:  Birds Penguin is a bird. Covered with feathers and wings Breathe with lungs Lay eggs Warm-blooded Next Which one is NOT a mammal?:  Which one is NOT a mammal? Next Whale Bat Human Mammals:  Mammals All are mammals! Covered with hair Females have mammal glands Breathe with lungs Warm-blooded Next THE END:  THE END Starfish is an animal. It lives in the sea.:  Back WRONG!! Starfish is an animal. It lives in the sea. Orchid is a plant. It looks like a wasp to attract the real wasp.:  Orchid Wasp Orchid is a plant. It looks like a wasp to attract the real wasp. Back Right!! Sea anemone is an animal. It lives in the sea. Clown fish lives inside the sea anemone.:  Back WRONG!! Sea anemone is an animal. It lives in the sea. Clown fish lives inside the sea anemone. Back Earthworm is an invertebrate. It has no backbone.:  Back Earthworm is an invertebrate. It has no backbone. Right!! Centipede is an invertebrate. It has no backbone.:  Back Centipede is an invertebrate. It has no backbone. Right!! Snake is a vertebrate. A snake's backbone has from 200 to 400 vertebrae:  Back WRONG!! Snake is a vertebrate. A snake's backbone has from 200 to 400 vertebrae Back Seahorse is a fish although it looks like a horse.:  Back WRONG!! Seahorse is a fish although it looks like a horse. Dolphin is not a fish although it lives in water. It does not lay egg and use lung to breathe.:  Dolphin is not a fish although it lives in water. It does not lay egg and use lung to breathe. Right!! Back Frog is an amphibian. Tadpole is it’s child which lives in water and use gill to breathe.:  WRONG!! Frog is an amphibian. Tadpole is it’s child which lives in water and use gill to breathe. Back Salamander is an amphibian.:  Back WRONG!! Salamander is an amphibian. Crocodile is not an amphibian. It’s skin is not wet but covered with dry and hard scales.:  Crocodile is not an amphibian. It’s skin is not wet but covered with dry and hard scales. Right!! Back Turtle is a reptile. It has a shell to protect itself.:  Back WRONG!! Turtle is a reptile. It has a shell to protect itself. Snake is a reptile although it has no limb.:  Back Snake is a reptile although it has no limb. WRONG!! Salamander is not a reptile. No scales on their skin.:  Back Salamander is not a reptile. No scales on their skin. Right!! Penguin is a bird although it can not fly.:  Back Penguin is a bird although it can not fly. WRONG!! Bat is not a bird although it can fly. It is covered with hair but not feather.:  Back Bat is not a bird although it can fly. It is covered with hair but not feather. Right!! Whale is a mammal. It lives in the sea:  Back Whale is a mammal. It lives in the sea WRONG!! Bat is a mammal although it can fly.:  Back WRONG!! Bat is a mammal although it can fly. Human is a mammal. But the hair is very short.:  Back WRONG!! Human is a mammal. But the hair is very short.

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