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Mammal a type of animal that feeds milk to its young and that usually has hair or fur covering most of its skin
Bird warm-blooded vertebrates distinguished by having the body more or less completely covered with feathers and the forelimbs modified as wings
Reptile an animal (such as a snake, lizard, turtle, or alligator) that has cold blood, that lays eggs, and that has a body covered with scales or hard parts
Fish a cold-blooded animal that lives in water, breathes with gills, and usually has fins and scales
Insect a small animal that has six legs and a body formed of three parts and that may have wings
Vertebrate having a spinal column
Invertebrate lacking a spinal column
Larva a very young form of an insect that looks like a worm
Metamorphosis a major change in the form or structure of some animals or insects that happens as the animal or insect becomes an adult
Exoskeleton an external supportive covering of an animal
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