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6th- animals

This is a study stack for mrs.Smith on animals unit. your welcome mrs.smith

What are the two animal pylas of animals? vertebrates and invertebrates
What common characteristics do all animals share? They are multicellular, hetrographs, must move, eat have oxygen,and reproduce.
Vertabrates all... have backbones/ endoskeleton muscles, skin, legs, wings, or fins; nervous system brain, and are either warm or cold blooded.
vertebrate phylas... fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
invertabrates all... have no backbones/ exoskeletons.
invertebrate phylas... sponges, segmented worms, echinoderms, mollusks, and anthropods.
sponges are very - animals simple
sponges have many - through wich water flows pores
through this movement of water sponges obtain - and eleminate - food, waste
enchioderms have - that extend from their body arms
how do enchioderms obtain oxygen throught tube like feet
where are enchinoderms spines located on their skin
one ex of enchinoderms starfish or a sea cucumber
molluscks have - bodies soft
how do molluscks open and close their shells with their mucular feet
mollucks have a more developed - than sponges or worms nervous system
how do molluscks take in oxygen through gills and air tubes in their foot
what sre molluscks protective covering shells
ex of mollusks oysters claims
anthropods have - legs - bodies and somtimes- legs, segmented, wings
anthropods hard outercovering called- exoskeleton
how do they obtain water anthropods through gills or lunges
examples of anthropods insects and spiders
segmented worms have - bodies segmented
they have a long - tube segmented digestive
how do worms obtain oxygen through dissolved water through their skin
example of segmented worms leeches and earthworms
fish are- blooded/ - cold/ ecothermic
how do fish reproduce eggs
how do fish breath gills
most fish have - on their skin and - for movmenr scales fins
amphibians are - blooded cold
amphibians breath through - first then - after metomorphises gills, lunges
three examples of amphibians toads frogs and salamanders
amphibians reproduce by laying eggs
reptiles are cold blooded
most reptiles reproduce through laying eggs
what are 2 things that allow an animal to hide from it;s predators? camoflauge and mimicry
what are two structures that allow an animal to harm another animal directly horns and claws
legs for speed and wings for flying allow an animal to... escape from its predators
name four structures that allow an animal to move legs arms wings and fins
to mantain internal tempatures animals may thicken its coat or... shed
to get rid of extra body heat an animal may sweat or pant
to increase heat ones body might... shiver
to protect the eye blink
Created by: kinzie123