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Coach Gibbs

11.3, 11.4, and 11.5 Vocab Terms

Amphibian A vertebrate that is ethothermic and spends its early life in water.
Tadpole The larva of a frog or toad.
Lung Organs of air breathing in which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between the air and the blood.
Atria The two upper chambers of the heart.
Ventricle Lower chamber of the heart.
Habitat Specific environment in which animls live.
Reptile An ectothermic vertebrate that has lungs and scaly skin.
Kidney Organs that filters waste from the blood.
Urine A watery fluid that wastes are execrated.
Amniotic Egg An egg with a shell and internal membranes that keeps the embryo moist.
Fossil The hardened remains or other evidence of a living thing that existed a long time ago.
Sedimentary Rock Hardened layers of sediments.
Paleontologists Scientists that study extinct organisms, examine fossil structures and makes comparisons to present day organisms.
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