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Science 02

bats the only mammals that fly
instinct an inherited behavior pattern
cheetah the fastest land animal on earth
packs groups of wolves
carnivores mammals that eat flesh (meat)
insectivores mammals that eat insects
lion the only cat with a mane
blubber a thick layer of fat under the skin of many marine mammals.
canines -scientists' word for dogs -fox is an example
purebred animal when an animal's mother and father are of the same breed
vertebrates animals with backbones
rabbit often mistaken for a rodent
mammals' normal number of limbs four
nocturnal animal an animal that is active at night
echidna one of two mammals that are not born alive; they hatch from eggs.
herbivores -eat plants -includes all rodents
social animals animals that like to live in groups of the same kind
habitat where an animal lives
marsupial -an animal that carries its young in a body pouch -wombat is an example
mammary gland The type of glands mammal mothers have that provide milk for their babies
mule has a donkey for a father and a horse for a mother
silverbacks older male gorillas with gray hair on their backs
difference between monkeys and apes monkeys have tails
foal newborn horse
frog on a horse padded cushion at the bottom of the horse's foot
chimpanzee -ape used as actor, astronaut, and for research -is an example of a primate
Rhesus monkey Rh factor named after it
mountain gorilla largest of all apes
capuchin a monkey trained to help paralyzed people
spider monkey a New World monkey with a sensitive tail
warm-blooded animals animals whose bodies are designed to maintain a fairly constant body temperature, regardless of the outside temperature
rodents -largest group of mammals -squirrel is an example
feline -scientists' word for cats -cougar is an example
prides groups of lions
scavenger animals animals that eat animals that have died
antlers bony, branching growths on the head of a male deer, elk, or moose
bamboo the main food of pandas
balance of nature the principle by which God designed nature to be able to respond to change
animal musk a strong-smelling substance produced by skunks & other members of the weasel family
ruminant cud-chewing hoofed mammals having a stomach divided into four (occasionally three) compartments
extinct an animal that no longer exists
moose largest deer
Created by: PRO Teacher dsaff