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Vocab 24 6th grade

Misc words

Animals with a backbone, or notochord vertebrates
Animals without a backbone invertebrates
Thick, hard, outercovering that protects invertebrate arthropods exoskeleton
Warm-blooded; vertebrate animal with a nearly constant internal temperature. endotherm
Cold-blooded; animals that do not maintain a constant internal temperature ectotherm
Prevailing wind belt in the middle and high latitudes; they blow consistently from West to East Westerly winds
Prevailing wind belt, near the poles, where cold wind blows from the Poles toward the West Polar winds
Convection regions in Earth's atmosphere, and Earth's spinning, cause winds to blow in constant directions around the Earth Global winds
A breeze that comes from the cooler sea to the warmer land. Sea breeze
A breeze that comes from the cooler land to the warmer sea. Land breeze
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