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  • 1. The Animal KingdomGENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: Most complex of all kingdoms Multicellular (made of many cells) They obtain food from OUTSIDE SOURCES They move from place to place to get food They swallow their food and they digest food inside the body.
  • 2. The Animal Kingdom- REVIEW• INVERTEBRATE- An animal that does not have a backbone2) VERTEBRATE- An animal that has a backbone
  • 3. 9 Phyla of the Animal kingdom• Porifera 6) Mollusca• Coelenterata 7) Echinoderm• Flatworms 8) Arthropoda• Roundworms 9) Chordata• Segmented worms
  • 4. The Animal Kingdom Cont’dPorifera:Means “having pores”Ex: sponges
  • 5. The Animal KingdomCoelentrata:Sac-like bodyHave tentaclesEx: hydras, jelly fish, coral, sea anemones
  • 6. 3 Phyla of Worms:FlatwormsRoundwormsSegmented worms
  • 7. Molluska:Hard shell surrounding soft body partsLive in water & damp placesExamples: Snail, & Sea ScallopOnly a few do not have shells:  Octopus & Sea slug
  • 8. Echinoderms:Means “spiny-skin”Star shapedSpinyEx:Starfish & Sea Urchin
  • 9. Arthropoda:Makes up 75% of the animal kingdomBasic Characteristics: hard external skeleton segmented body jointed legsEx: beetle, milli & centipede, spider, crab
  • 10. Chordata:VertebratesHave internal skeleton Vertebral column LimbsEx: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals