The 5 Classes of VertebratesBrought to you byMrs. Archer’s and Mrs. Cowan’sClass
Reptiles They breath with lungs. They are cold-blooded. There bodies are covered with dryscales. They lay eggs. Black...
Reptiles Geckos and Skinks are unusualreptiles. Frogs and Toads are non examples.
Amphibians They breathe with lungs and gills. They are cold blooded. Their skin is smooth and moist. Their birth of yo...
Amphibians African clawed frog is a unusualexample. The lizard is a non-example.
Mammals Mammals breathe with lungs. They are warm blooded. They have hair/fur. Most give birth to live young. Some ex...
Mammals Non-examples are sharks andpenguins.
Birds Birds breathe with lungs. They are warm-blooded. They are covered with feathers. They give birth to eggs. Examp...
Birds Some non-examples are the bat andthe dragonfly.
Fish They breathe with gills. They are cold blooded. Their skin is covered with scales andbony plates. They lay eggs a...
Fish A unusual example would be a seahorse and an eel. A non-example would be a dolphin,whale and starfish.
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  1. 1. The 5 Classes of VertebratesBrought to you byMrs. Archer’s and Mrs. Cowan’sClass
  2. 2. Reptiles They breath with lungs. They are cold-blooded. There bodies are covered with dryscales. They lay eggs. Black snakes, Bearded dragons,Turtles, Crocodiles, and Alligators arereptiles.
  3. 3. Reptiles Geckos and Skinks are unusualreptiles. Frogs and Toads are non examples.
  4. 4. Amphibians They breathe with lungs and gills. They are cold blooded. Their skin is smooth and moist. Their birth of young is eggs. The examples are frogs, salamanders,newt, and mud puppies.
  5. 5. Amphibians African clawed frog is a unusualexample. The lizard is a non-example.
  6. 6. Mammals Mammals breathe with lungs. They are warm blooded. They have hair/fur. Most give birth to live young. Some examples are bears, lions, tigers,and people. Some unusual examples bats, whales,and dolphins
  7. 7. Mammals Non-examples are sharks andpenguins.
  8. 8. Birds Birds breathe with lungs. They are warm-blooded. They are covered with feathers. They give birth to eggs. Examples of birds would be a red bird,hawk, and chicken. Some unusual birds are the ostrich,flamingo, and penguin.
  9. 9. Birds Some non-examples are the bat andthe dragonfly.
  10. 10. Fish They breathe with gills. They are cold blooded. Their skin is covered with scales andbony plates. They lay eggs and have live births. An example of a fish is a gold fish andsharks.
  11. 11. Fish A unusual example would be a seahorse and an eel. A non-example would be a dolphin,whale and starfish.
  12. 12. Thank You! Thank you for viewing our slideshow. It was brought to you by Mrs. Archer’sand Mrs. Cowan’s class.

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