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  • VERTEBRATES INVERTEBRATES (have backbones) (don’t have backbones)
  • Animals look different 0 legs 2 legs snake 4 legs many legs centipede
  • The body can be… scales a shell skin hair feathers cat
  • Animals can be wild or domestic
  • Where do animals live? bird
  • Animals can… • Walk • Fly • Swim • Jump
  • What do different animals eat? Zebras are HERBIVORES because they only eat PLANTS. Also cows, sheeps, horses or elephants are hervibores. Lions are CARNIVORES because they only eat OTHER ANIMALS. Also dogs, tigers, foxes or wolves are carnivores. Chimpanzees are OMNIVORES because they eat PLANTS AND OTHER ANIMALS. Also pigs, bears or mice are omnivores.
  • How are different animals born? VIVIPAROUS OVIPAROUS
  • Summary: classification according to… • Backbone: vertebrates or invertebrates. • How they look: different legs and body (shell, hair, feathers, skin…) • How they related to people: Wild or domestic. • Where they live: land, air or water • How they move: walk, fly, swim or jump. • What they eat: herbivores, carnivores or omnivores. • How they are born: viviparous or oviparous.