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6th gr Vertebrates 3

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Characteristics of amphibians lay eggs in water, live in water when young, on land as adults, and are cold blooded
Characteristics of mammals mothers feed young milk, are covered in fur or hair, have sweat glands, and are warm blooded
Characteristics of birds are warm blooded, lay eggs, have wings and feathers
people, dog cow examples of mammals
robins, eagles, penguins examples of birds
turtles, snakes, crocodiles examples of reptiles
trout, tuna, goldfish examples of bony fish
frogs, toads, salamanders examples of amphibians
Characteristics of bony fish have a hard skeleton, are cold blooded, and have a swim bladder
Characteristics of reptiles are cold blooded, have lungs, hard scales, and most lay eggs with soft shells
habit loss, overhunting, pollution, exotic species Why are animals endangered?
pass & support laws, build parks or reserves, limit hunting, limit pesticide use What can people do to save endangered species?
endoskeleton an internal skeleton
cartilage tissue that is softer than bone but harder than flesh -- the tip of your nose
tetrapods four footed vertebrates
cold blooded animals that can not keep their body temperatures constant and warm
warm blooded animals that can keep their body temperatures constant and warm
Created by: cariherbst