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Animal features

Life cycles, behaviors, other related topics

TermDefinition
The life cycle of an animal The changes in form that occur on an animal's lifetime
Order of insect growth from egg to adult Egg-Larva-Pupa-Adult
4 stages in the life cycle of a butterfly Egg-Caterpillar-Chrysalis-Butterfly
Animal mobility How an animal moves using its legs, wings, fins, etc.
Migration When animals move to different habitats in search of food
Adaptation A behavior that helps living things survive in a certain environment
Metamorphosis The change in form that living things undergo.
Hibernation A period of deep sleep or rest during the winter months
Species One type of plant or animal
Habitat The environment that an organism lives in.
Mammal Have live young; have hair or fur; take care of young; warm blooded
Human reflexes Reactions that do not have to be learned. (Coughing, sneezing, blinking, coughing etc.)
Created by: Ken K