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Animal Kingdom

October 21-25, 2013

TermDefinition
kingdom The largest grouping of organisms in scientific classification
invertebrate Animals without spines
vertebrate Animals with spines
exoskeleton an outer covering that protects an animals soft parts inside
endoskeleton an internal or inside skeleton made of bones and cartilage
mammal a vertebrate, is warm-blooded, has hair or fur, breathes with lungs, lives on land or water, gives birth to live young, feeds milk to its young
bird a vertebrate, is warm-blooded, has feathers, wings, and usually hollow bones, breathes with lungs, lays eggs with hard outer shell
reptile a vertebrate, is cold-blooded, has dry leather skin or scales, breathes with lungs, lives on land or water, most lay eggs with leathery shell
amphibian a vertebrate, is cold-blooded, has smooth moist skin, breathes with gills and lives in water when young, breathes with lungs and lives on land as an adult, most lay jelly-like eggs with no shells
fish a vertebrate, is cold-blooded, has scales or rough skin and fins, breathes with gills and lives in water entire life, most lay jelly-like eggs with no shells
insect an invertebrate, with an adult body that has well-defined segments, including a head, thorax, abdomen, 2 antennae, 3 pairs of legs, and usually 2 sets of wings
Created by: sillyname396