Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science

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Published on February 19, 2014

Author: nagnudnit

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Please don't sue me because my students loved your pictures. The pictures were very useful in their learning of Science and in English too.

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Most fish you are familiar with are bony fishes

Some fishes live in Salt Water Some fishes live in Fresh Water

Fishes come in different sizes The smallest fish in the worldStout infant fish

Fishes come in different sizes Some big fishes in the world— Whale shark

Fishes have different body shapes

Fishes have different body shapes Stingray

Fishes have different body shapes Eel

Amphibians include: Toad

Amphibians include: Frog

Amphibians include: Salamander

Please remember the following: Young Adult

Amphibians hatch from eggs They begin life as fish-like larvae

The young undergoes metamorphosis and change into adults

What is Metamorphosis?

Amphibians need to live near the water to make their skin moist and also to lay eggs

Amphibians are important as they help control the insect population

Reptiles include: Crocodile

Turtles

Lizards

Snakes

Dinosaurs are reptiles

Reptiles are cold-blooded animals covered with scales

There body structure allow them live in wet places or dry places wet places dry places

Find the Reptile

Birds have feathers, two wings, two feet, and a beak or bill.

Although birds are known for their ability to fly, not all of them can fly.

Birds that can not fly Penguins Ostrich Chicken Ducks

Birds are also warm blooded

Birds are also lay eggs

Mammals are animals that feed on its mother’s milk through the mammary gland.

Most Mammals give birth directly to a live young.

There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Pangolin

There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Red fox

There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Sloth

There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Blue Whale

There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Hog-nosed Bat

There are Mammals that can lay eggs.

Other mammals

Platypus

There are also Mammals that lay eggs. Echidna

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