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The Animal Kingdom

6th Grade Science

reptiles cold-blooded animals covered with scales or horny plates that breathe through their lungs
structural adaptations body parts or body coverings animals are born with that help them survive
mimicry an adaptation that fools other animals with sounds, behaviors, or colors
vertebrates animals with backbones
exoskeletons hard coverings that protect the bodies of some animals without backbones
camouflage a structural adaptation that protects animals by helping them look like their environment
amphibians cold-blooded animals with backbones that spend part of their lives in water and on land
squid an ocean animal with a long body, ten arms, internal shell, and a pair of rounded fins
predators animals that hunt and eat smaller, more helpless animals
mammals warm-blooded animals that feed their young with milk, have backbones, and are covered with hair
burrowing digging a hole
invertebrates animals without backbones
behavior adaptations natural behaviors animals are born with that help them survive
flexible something that bends easily
perch a resting place
internal on the inside
Created by: jharvey09