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Animal Categorization
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Animal Categorization

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  • 1.  Animal Categorization
  • 2. Mammal Fish s Amphibians Birds Reptiles
  • 3. What does it mean to be a mammal? All mammals have some type of hair or fur on their bodies. Mammals are also warm-blooded animals with vertebrates. Female mammals supply their young with milk for nutrients.
  • 4. What does it mean to be a bird? Birds share several common characteristics. All birds have feathers covering their skin, and wings used for transportation. Birds can reproduce by laying eggs. Bones found in birds are light weight and often hallow.
  • 5. What does it mean to be an amphibian? Amphibians begin their life under-water eventually migrating to land. They are cold-blooded animals who have no claws on their toes. The skin of amphibians is usually smooth; lacking scales, hair, and feathers.
  • 6. What does it mean to be a fish? The skin of fish is usually covered in scales. Fish also have fins that enable them to swim, along with gills for breathing. Fish are vertebrates.
  • 7. What does it mean to be a reptile? Reptiles skin have scales, but no feathers or hair. They are cold-blooded and have vertebrates. Most reptiles have claws, and produce amniotic eggs.

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