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classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
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classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
classifying vertebrates
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classifying vertebrates

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Groups of Vertebrates

Groups of Vertebrates

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  • 1. Classifying vertebrates
  • 2. We can classify vertebrates into 5 groups: Fish Amphibians Reptiles Mammals Birds
  • 3. fish : They are oviparous They are born from eggs
  • 4. They have scales
  • 5. They live in water
  • 6. Fish swim with their fins
  • 7. They breathe with their Gills .
  • 8. sharks and salmons are fish
  • 9. amphibians frog They don’t have scales or hair They just have skin toad salamander
  • 10. They are oviparous
  • 11. They live on land
  • 12. And in water
  • 13. reptiles They are oviparous
  • 14. They have scales
  • 15. Some live in water crocodile snake
  • 16. most live on land chameleon snakes lizards
  • 17. birds They are oviparous
  • 18. They have feathers
  • 19. Most birds can fly
  • 20. An eagle
  • 21. A seagull
  • 22. And chickens are birds
  • 23. mammals They are viviparous. They are born alive
  • 24. They have hair or fur
  • 25. Some live in water
  • 26. But most live on land A koala and A linx Are mammals
  • 27. A goat
  • 28. Some, like bats, can fly.

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