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Animals

Animal Vocab

QuestionAnswer
vertebrate animals with backbones
invertebrates animals without backbones
gills what fish use to breathe
cartilage a strong but flexible material found in some parts of the body
molt to shed the outer covering of something - feathers, skin, etc.
warm-blooded having a body temperature that does not change when the temperature of the environment changes
cold-blooded having a body temperature that is similar to the temperature of the environment
migrate to move from one area to another at different times of the year
hibernate to spend the winter sleeping or resting
habitat the place or type of place where an animal or plant naturally or normally lives or grows
camouflage something (such as color or shape) that protects an animal from attack by making the animal difficult to see in the area around it
Created by: Schoeneck