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FCAT Life Science/3

FCAT Science 5th grade Life Science/Animals

insect a small animal with three body sections, two antennae, and six legs.
amphibian an animal that spends part of its life in water and part on land; an animal that lives on land as an adult but lays its eggs in water.
reptile a cold-blooded animal with scaly skin.
fish an animal that lives in water has fins and scales, and breathes through gills.
invertebrate an animal that does not have a backbone.
metamorphosis a process in which an animal's body undergoes changes of form during its life cycle. Example: tadpole to frog, caterpillar to butterfly
bird a warm blooded vertebrate, having a body covered with feathers, wings, scaly legs, a beak, and no teeth and lays eggs.
marsupial are a group of mammals who give birth to their young in an immature state. Females carry and nurse their young in pouches on their abdomens. The immature young mammal crawls into the pouch and remains until it is well formed and has grown much larger.
crustacean any chiefly aquatic arhropod of the class Crustacea, typically having the body covered with a hard shell or crust. Includes the lobsters, shrimps, crabs, barnacles and wood lice.
vertebrate an animal with a backbone and an internal skeleton.
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