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Vertebrates and Invertebrates
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Animals are divided into 2 groups. Name them.
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Animals are divided into 2 groups. Name them.
Vertebrates and invertebrates
Which is the largest group? Vertebrates or invertebrates
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Which is the largest group? Vertebrates or invertebrates
Invertebrates
What is different about a sponge than other animals?
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What is different about a sponge than other animals?
It does not move about
Name 3 animals with a backbone.
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Name 3 animals with a backbone.
Human, snake, bird, frog
Name 3 animals without a backbone.
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Name 3 animals without a backbone.
squid, insect, spider, jellyfish
Name a reptile that gives birth to live young
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Name a reptile that gives birth to live young
garter snake
The hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals without backbones.
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The hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals without backbones.
exoskeleton
to shed an animal's hard outer covering
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to shed an animal's hard outer covering
molt
How are a jellyfish and a starfish alike? Different?
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How are a jellyfish and a starfish alike? Different?
no backbone; soft body, hard covering
Name at least three characteristics of a mammal.
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Name at least three characteristics of a mammal.
Live young, feed their young milk, hair on its body, has a backbone.
An animal with a backbone that lives part of its life in water and part on land.
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An animal with a backbone that lives part of its life in water and part on land.
amphibian
An animal with dry scaly skin
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An animal with dry scaly skin
reptile
Name 2 birds that do not fly.
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Name 2 birds that do not fly.
ostrich, penguin
Name one way a bird and a reptile are alike.
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Name one way a bird and a reptile are alike.
backbone, lay eggs
What group of animals begin their lives in water?
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What group of animals begin their lives in water?
amphibians
Name 2 insects.
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Name 2 insects.
ant, cricket, grasshopper, butterfly
Bones in a bird are lightweight because________?
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Bones in a bird are lightweight because________?
they are hollow
Name the characteristics of a spider.
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Name the characteristics of a spider.
4 paris of legs, 2 body parts
an organ for breathing found in fish and amphibians
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an organ for breathing found in fish and amphibians
gill
Name the specifications of an insect. (must name body parts also)
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Name the specifications of an insect. (must name body parts also)
3 paris of jointed legs, 3 body parts (head, thorax, abdomen)
The way a living thing acts is called its ______.
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The way a living thing acts is called its ______.
behavior
A simple automatic action.....
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A simple automatic action.....
reflex
inborn behavior
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inborn behavior
instinct
Animals watch their mothers to learn many behaviors. T or F
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Animals watch their mothers to learn many behaviors. T or F
true
What is different about a litter of animals?
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What is different about a litter of animals?
color of hair, eyes

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