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  • 1. Vertebrate animalsVertebrate animals
  • 2. Animals are living things  Animals are living things.  they are born.  they grow.  they reproduce.  they die.
  • 3. Classification of animals  We can classify animals in two groups Invertebrates Vertebrates
  • 4. Invertebrates  Invertebrate animals have no internal skeleton.
  • 5. Vertebrates  Vertebrate animals have an internal skeleton.  They are:  Reptiles  Fish  Birds  Mammals  Amphibians
  • 6. Mammals  They are born from their mother's womb.  They are viviparous.  They use their lungs.  They are covered with hair or fur.
  • 7. Birds  They have wings and feathers.  They can fly.  They are oviparous.  They have a beak.
  • 8. Fish  They have scales and gills.  They are oviparous.  They live in water.
  • 9. Reptiles  They have scales.  They have lungs.  They are viviparous.
  • 10. Amphibians  They are oviparous.  They can breathe through their skin and lungs.  They do metamorphoses.
  • 11. Activities  Diferentes propuestas de fichas individuales para trabajar el tema.
  • 12. Projects  Propuesta de actividades para trabajar en grupo con los alumnos.
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