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Tancin Animals

fish/amphibians/reptiles/birds/mammals

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Name that animal group: ectothermic, covered in scales, two sets of fins, streamlined, several unpaired fish
Name that animal group: breath by absorbing dissolved oxygen from water as it flows over skin fish
Name that animal group: reproduce sexually with external fertilization. fish
Name that animal group: food for humans and are also kept as pets and for viewing in aquariums fish
agnatha jawless fish
chondrichthyes cartilaginous fish
osteichthyes bony fish
Name that animal group: Gills were replaced with lungs, skin prevents the loss of water, eyelids allow them to have vision out of water, eardrum developed to separate external ear from the middle ear, tail disappears in adulthood amphibian
frogs, toads, salamanders, newts, caecilians amphibian
Name that animal group: Sexual reproduction with external fertilization amphibian
Name that animal group: The larval stage is legless, lives in water, breathes with gills. It begins to slowly transform into an adult by losing its gills and growing four legs. amphibian
Snakes, lizards, alligators, crocodiles, etc reptile
Name that animal group: The internal temperature depends on the temperature of the environment. reptile
Name that animal group: Skin covered in scales, lungs, amniotic eggs, protective shell around the egg. reptile
Name that animal group: has an amniotic egg---which means that the embryo inside is surrounded by a thin membrane that protects it from harsh conditions of living on land reptile
Name that animal group: has a thin membrane to protect the embryo and a protective shell that can be either flexible or inflexible amniotic egg
Do amniotic eggs need the membrane and shell? Yes. Because without the membrane and shell, the embryo would dry out and die. Therefore, animals wouldn’t have survived completely on land.
Internal fertilization reptile
Which animal group looks different than their parents until they undergo metamorphosis and become an adult? amphibian
ectothermic organism that regulates its body temperature largely by exchanging heat with its surroundings
endothermic capable of the internal generation of heat
Name that animal group: Feathers, 4-chambered heart, beak, hollow bones (lightweight skeleton), hard-shelled eggs birds
Name that animal group: have a gizzard with swallowed stones for grinding food birds
Name that animal group: Hollow bones for a lightweight skeleton, large air-filled spaces connected to respiratory system, flexible neck bones, curved wings that help control and use air currents to fly birds
Created by: MrsKlepeis