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Blume Ch 12.1

What are animals that eat both plants and animals? Omnivores
What are animals that eat only animals? Carnivores
What are animals that have a backbone called? Vertebrates
What is mimicry? Mimicry: To look like something that they are not to scare or confuse predators.
What does camouflage mean? Camouflage: To look like your surroundings so you won't be seen by predators.
Do animals digest their food? Yes
Are most animals sessile? Most animals are not sessile.
What are animals that eat only plants? Herbivores.
What are animals called that do not have a backbone? Invertebrate.
Can animals reproduce asexually? Yes
Can animals reproduce sexually? Yes
What is a detritivore? Detritivore: An animal that feeds off of decaying matter called detritus.
Do animal cells have a nucleus? Yes
Do animals have few or many cells? Many
Can animals make their own food? No, they depend on other living things for food.
What are asymmetrical animals? Animals that do not have a definite shape.
Animals with radial symmetry have... ...have parts arranged in a circle around a center point (many plains of symmetry)
Animals with bilateral symmetry have... ...have mirrored body halves (one plain of symmetry)
What type of symmetry would a dog have? Bilateral
How does traveling in groups help predators and prey? The more there are of them the more protection/attack power they have.
Plates/layers protect prey from __________. Predators
What helps a gazelle from being eaten by a lion? It's speed.
How does a skunk protect itself? (which factor) It's smell
What two overall adaptations help prey survive? Behavior adaptations and Physical adaptations
Large ____ protects some animals. Size
Animals _____ from previous generations to help them survive. Adapt
Animals are classified based on similar _______________. Characteristics
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