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Vertebrate Characteristics Quiz Review

skeleton made of bone or cartilage fish
live part of their life in water and part on land amphibians
often live in hot dry places reptiles
covered in feathers birds
have hair or fur mammals
usually give birth to live young mammals
live in water whole life fish
breathe with gills whole life fish
go through metamorphosis amphibians
hatch from eggs birds
have two scaly legs and two wings birds
females make milk to feed young mammals
gain or lose heat easily to the environment reptiles
need a moist environment to survive amphibians
bodies trap heat inside mammals
young breathe with gills and as adults breathe with lungs amphibians
have lightweight, hollow bones birds
covered in scales fish, reptiles
breath with lungs their whole lives reptiles, birds, mammals
Created by: mrshassler