What makes a mammal a mammal? Most baby mammals grow inside their mother until they are born. Mammal babies drink milk from their mothers until they are old enough to eat other food. Mammals are warm-blooded, which means that they can make their own body heat even when it is cold outside.
What are some of the physical characteristics of mammals?Click on the polar bear to see! Click on the polar bear to find out!
What makes a reptile a reptile? Reptiles usually lay eggs, and the babies then grow inside the egg until they are ready to come out. Cold-blooded animals, like reptiles become hotter and colder, depending on the temperature outside. When it is cold outside, these animals are usually cold. When it is warm outside, these animals are warm to!
What are some of the physical characteristics of a reptile? Click on the lizard to find out!
Dry/ scaly skin (no fur!) Cannot see their ears 4 legs or no legs!
What makes a amphibian a amphibian? Amphibianslay thousands and sometimes millions of small, soft eggs, and they lay them in the water! The eggs are jelly-like. Amphibians are also cold blooded like reptiles.
What are some of the physical characteristics of amphibians? 4 legs or no legs! Webbed feet Moist, smooth skin (no fur!)
What kind of animal can you think of that is an amphibian? Think about one that starts off in the water and lives on land when they get older… Think of a tadpole turning into a frog!!