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animal life cycles

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direct development a kind of growth in which an organism gets larger but doesn't go through any changes
metamorphosis major changes in the body form an animal during its life cycle
the length in time and organism lives life span
humans life span is_____ years 79
stage- birth to 2-yrs - grow fast infant
you are in this stage now! you grow a lot. but not as fast as infant. childhood
not everyone reaches this stage at the same time adolescent
fully developed adult
over the age of 50 senior
changes completely from one stage to the next complete metamorphosis
looks like the adult , but doesn't have all the parts incomplete metamorphosis
fertilized_______. eggs
_______ hatches. larva
____ rolls into a cocoon or chrysalis pupa
____ fully developed adult
develops in side a pouch marsupial
shedding an outer cover molting
Created by: hopewell