Animals classification

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Animals classification

  1. 1. CARNIVOROUS ANIMALS Some animals eat other animals. They are carnivores. Eagles, penguins, tigers or lions are carnivores.
  2. 2. HERBIVOROUS ANIMALS Other animals only eat plants. They are herbivores. Geese, robins, horses or sheep are herbivores.
  3. 3. OMNIVOROUS ANIMALS But, there are some animals that eat both plants and animals. They are called omnivores. Humans, hens, foxes and bears are omnivores.
  4. 4. ladybird grasshopper bee butterfly dragonfly
  5. 5. INSECTS Insects are oviparous. They are invertebrate animals because they don’t have a backbone. They have six legs, two antennae and some have wings.
  6. 6. Mammals are animals with a backbone inside their bodies – they are vertebrates. They are called mammals because they feed their babies milk. They breathe air with their lungs.
  7. 7. They are born from their mother’s bodies. We say that they are viviparous.
  8. 8. Most mammals have fur on their bodies. Most of them have four feet to walk, but whales and dolphins swim with their fins and bats fly with their wings.
  9. 9.  Some examples of mammals are: whales humans bats dogs sheep dolphins elephants pigs foxes
  10. 10. Birds are vertebrates because they have got a backbone inside their bodies. beak wings Birds have got beaks, wings, a tail and two legs. legs tail
  11. 11. Birds are oviparous because they are born from eggs. They have feathers on their bodies. Most of them can fly, but some like penguins, ostriches or hens cannot.
  12. 12. an ostrich an eagle a penguin a seagull a hen an owl parrots a flamingo
  13. 13. Fish are vertebrates because they have a backbone.
  14. 14. Fish are oviparous animals because they come from eggs. They live in water.
  15. 15. Fish have scales on their bodies. They swim with their fins and tails. fin tail scales fin
  16. 16. a clown fish a swordfish a ray sardines a red lionfish a shark a tuna fish a globefish
  17. 17. lizard Reptiles snake crocodile snake turtle
  18. 18. Reptiles are vertebrates. They have a skeleton with a backbone.
  19. 19. Snake Lizard in egg They are oviparous because they come from eggs. Turtl e
  20. 20. They have hard scales called scutes or shells on their bodies. Snakes also have skin.
  21. 21. AMPHIBIANS
  22. 22. Amphibians live both on land and in water.
  23. 23. Amphibians are vertebrates because they have a backbone.
  24. 24. Amphibians are oviparous because they come from eggs.
  25. 25. They have moist skin on their bodies.
  26. 26. What do carnivorous animals eat? Carnivorous animals eat other animals. What do herbivorous animals eat? Herbivorous animals only eat plants. What do omnivorous animals eat? Omnivorous animals eat both plants and animals. Where do oviparous animals come from? Oviparous animals come from eggs. Where do viviparous animals come from? Viviparous animals are born from their mothers’ bodies.
  27. 27. Are birds vertebrate or invertebrate animals? Why? Birds are vertebrate animals because they have a backbone. Are birds viviparous or oviparous? Why? Birds are oviparous because they come from eggs. What do birds have on their bodies? Birds have feathers on their bodies. Where do birds live? Birds live in nests. Can penguins fly? No, they can’t.
  28. 28. Are fish vertebrate or invertebrate animals? Why? Fish are vertebrate animals because they have a backbone. Are fish viviparous or oviparous? Why? Fish are oviparous because they come from eggs. What do fish have on their bodies? Fish have scales on their bodies. Where do fish live? Fish live in water. Can sharks swim? Yes, they can.

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