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78_7yrs_Day1 Pp 1[1]. Animals (7)

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  • 1. Mammals Animals Insects ? Reptiles Birds Amphibians Fish
  • 2. Mammals -Give birth to babies. -Feed babies with milk. -People belong to this group.
  • 3. Reptiles • Cold-blooded animals. • Have skins covered with scales. • Lay eggs.
  • 4. Amphibians • Can live both in water and on land.
  • 5. Fish -Have a tail and fins. -Have gills to breathe in water. -Have scales on skin. -Live in water.
  • 6. Birds • Have feathers & wings. • Female birds lay eggs. • Most birds can fly.
  • 7. Insects -Have six legs. -Most insects have wings. -Have three body parts.
  • 8. How else do you categorize animals?
  • 9. Another ways to classify animals (1) When are you being active, diurnal / nocturnal day time or night time? These animals are nocturnal – they move around and feed at night. During the day they stay in their homes. Their homes could be a burrow, a hollow log, a nest high in a tree or a small hole under-ground.
  • 10. Another ways to classify animals (2) Vertebrate invertebrate Do you have a spine or not?
  • 11. nother ways to classify animals (3) herbivorous/carnivorous Do you eat vegetable or meat?
  • 12. What are Insects ? To b e c o n tin ue d …