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Animal word list

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invertebrate an animal that does not have a backbone
kingdom a large group of organisms that share certain characteristics
larva a stage in the development of many insects where the caterpillar hatches from an egg
mammal a vertebrate that gives live birth, feeds its young milk, has hair, and is warm-blooded
marsupial mammal in which the female gives birth to live, undeveloped young that continue to grow inside a pouch
metamorphosis the change in shape and appearance of an insect or other animal at each stage of its life cycle
migration the movement of animals from one place to another during different seasons
organism a living thing that carries on the five traits of life: responds, moves, has organized parts, reproduces, grows and develops
reproduce the process of organisms making more of their own kind
reptile an egg-laying vertebrate with thick, dry skin
skeleton the framework of bones supporting or protecting an organism
vertebrate an animal that has a backbone
warm-blooded a vertebrate whose body temperature does not change
Created by: AHoldeman