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Types of Animals 3

Science Vocabulary Ch.3 CLA Mrs. Woolsey

oxygen a gas that all living things need and that plants give off into the air.
vertebrate an animal with a backbone
mammal a type of vertebrate that has hair or fur and feeds its young with milk from the mother; most mammals give birth to live young.
bird a type of vertebrate that has feathers.
reptile a type of vertebrate that has dry skin covered with scales.
amphibian a type of vertebrate that has moist skin, begins life in water with gills, and develops lungs as an adult to live on land.
fish a type of vertebrate that breaths through gills and spends its life in water.
invertebrate an animal without a backbone.
Created by: donnawoolsey