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Stack #58849

colony a group of animals living together in which each member has a certain job
reptile an animal with a backbone that has dry, scaly skin
gill an organ for breathing found in fish and amphibians
exoskeleton a hard, outer covering that supports and protects some animals without backbones
habitat a place where an animal or plant lives
migration movement from one location to another as the seasons change
molt to shed an animal's outer covering
ecosystem all the living and nonliving things in an environment
fish an animal that spends all of its time in the water and breathing through gills
amphibian an animal that spends part of its time on land and part of its time in the water
hibernation a long sleep during which an animal's heart rate and breathing slow down
bird an animal with feathers
vertebrate an animal with a backbone
invertebrate an animal without a backbone
mammal an animal with fur that feeds milk to its young
adaptation any structure or behavior that helps a living thing survive
camouflage coloring, shape, or pattern that allows a living thing to blend into its surroundings
Created by: cindygarmon