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    • Living Things
      Standard Four
    • Classification of Vertebrates
    • What are vertebrates?
      Review
    • Vertebrates
      Vertebrates are creatures with a backbone and an internal skeleton.
    • Introduction
      Vertebrates can be classified or grouped into five categories. These are:
      1. Birds2. Fishes3. Amphibians4. Reptiles5. Mammals
    • Birds
      Birds are warm-blooded creatures that lay eggs. All birds have feathers and wings, and most birds are able to fly. Birds are can varied in their shapes, sizes, colors, and behavior patterns.
    • Fact
      There are more than 9,000 different species of birds in the world.
    • Examples of Birds
    • Fishes
      Fishes come in an amazing variety of shapes and colors, but they all have three important things in common: All fishes live in water, have fins, and use gills to get oxygen from the water.  
    • Examples of Fishes
    • Amphibians
      Amphibians are animals that live part of their life in water and part on land. Even those species that lay eggs on land start life in a fluid-filled egg, breathing through gills.
    • Examples of Amphibians
    • Reptiles
      Today there are 6,800 reptile species on earth; the major groups are alligators , crocodiles, turtles, lizards, and snakes. All reptiles are cold-blooded, which is why they warm themselves in the sun, and have bodies covered in dry scales. Some reptiles lay eggs; others give birth to live young.
    • Examples of Reptiles
    • Mammals
      Mammals live on land, at sea, in the air, and under the ground. All mammals, from bats to whales, share a number of important traits that make them different from other animals. Mammals are warm-blooded, they have fur or hair, and most mammals give birth to live young (rather than laying eggs).
    • Examples of Mammals
    • Activity
      Which category of vertebrates do these animals fall into?
    • THANK YOU
      Special Thanks To:
      Deborah David
      DevindraJanglee
      Dayne Isaac
      Debbie Dipchand
      Derrick Jones