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animal classification

  1. 1. Pisces is a Class in the Subphylum Vertebrata of the Phylum Chordata, so they haveall of the characteristics of both of these groups in addition to the following:•Skin covered in scales•Ectothermic, cold blooded•Soft shelled eggs that must be laid in water•External fertilization•All members are fully aquatic•Limbs modified into fins•Gas exchange through gills bony fish cartilaginous fish Jawless fish
  2. 2. BONY FISH MAKE UP ABOUT 95%OF ALL FISH.SKELETON ARE MADE UP OF BONE. THEIR MOUTH IS GENERALLY AT THE FRONT OF THE BODY.THEY HAVE A TAIL FIN.
  3. 3. •Cartilaginous fish include theshark, skates & ray .•Although these look different,they have many in common.• None of them have any through bones , their skeleton is made of cartilage.•There mouth is on the top oftheir body.•They connect food as it entersthere mouth.•Some sharks solve this problemtouching their food briefly withtheir nose
  4. 4. This is a primitive eel likefish which doesn’t have a truejaw.but a such like mouth (likesuction cups!)and raspingteeth are there.Their were two main types –oLampreys- lampreys arefound in fresh water, lakes andstreams as well as in saltwater.o hag fish-hag fish or blindeels , are found only in saltwater.
  5. 5. THE MAJORITY OF FISH FALL INTO WHICHCLASSES? A.BONY FISH B.CARTILAGINOUS FISH C.JAWLESS FISH
  6. 6. Name of the stage of the fish which dyingin two weeks? A.PARR B.ADULT C.SPAWNING ADULT
  7. 7. Amphibia is a Class in theSubphylum Vertebrata of thePhylum Chordata, so they have allof the characteristics of both ofthese groups in addition to thefollowing: Thin smoothpermeable skin though which gas neexchange can take place, gills areusually also present in the larvaeand lungs in adultsEctothermic, cold bloodedSoft unshelled eggs which mustbe laid in freshwaterMost members undergo ametamorphosis from larval(usually purely aquatic) to adultstage
  8. 8. FROG SALAMENDER CHIKILIDAE
  9. 9. WHAT IS THE ANIMAL BELONG TO AMPHIBIANS?1. FISH2. TURTLE3. SALAMANDER
  10. 10. 11. 1,2,3,4,5 22. 3,4,5,2,1 33. 2,3,4,1,5 4 5
  11. 11. Reptilia is a Class in theSubphylum Vertebrata of thePhylum Chordata, so theyhave all of the characteristicsof both of these groups inaddition to the following:Waterproof skin covered inscalesEctothermic, cold bloodedHard shelled eggs that arewaterproof (cleidoic - closedegg)Four chambered heart
  12. 12. LET’S REVIEW REPTILIAWHICH ANIMAL BELONGS TO REPTILIA?1. FROG2. TOADS3. LIZARD
  13. 13. Aves is a Class in the SubphylumVertebrata of the PhylumChordata, so they have all of thecharacteristics of both of thesegroups in addition to the following:•Waterproof skin covered infeathers•Endothermic, warm blooded•Hard shelled eggs that arewaterproof (cleidoic - closed egg)•Beak or bill rather than teeth•Bipedal (walk on two legs only)•Forelimbs developed into wings•Most members are highly adaptedfor flight with forelimbs modifiedas wings and many weight savingfeatures such as hollow bones
  14. 14. Mammals are a Class in the Subphylum Vertebrata of the PhylumChordata, so they have all of the characteristics of both of thesegroups in addition to the following:•Waterproof skin covered in hair or fur•Endothermic, warm blooded•Give birth to live young•The young are supplied with milk from mammary glands bythe mother (from which the group gets their name)•Heterodont dentition, different types of teeth
  15. 15. LET’S REVIEW MAMMALIA WHO AM I ????????? MMMMMMMMMMMMM…… WE WERE MAMMALS
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