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Fernandez, veronica

  1. 1. ACCORDING TO THE FOODS THEY EATACCORDING TO THE MAJOR GROUPS
  2. 2. FOODS THEY EAT Eating is one of thebasic activities or oneof the strongestfeelings animals feeland experience..Through this, animalsneed to get or findfood in order for themto sustain their energyand to be alive.
  3. 3. HerbivoresCarnivoresOmnivores
  4. 4. Animals are divided into two groupsa. Vertebrates b. invertebrates
  5. 5. Animals that havebackbones. Theirskeletons, calledendoskeletons, are foundinside their bodies. There arefive types:mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes.
  6. 6. Animals withoutbackbones . They aresponges, insects, arachnids and spiny skinnedand hallow bodiedanimals.
  7. 7.  These are the animals that eat plants only. They are very abundant in the community. The plants that they eat are being converted to energy hat will be stored in their body tissues for use
  8. 8. GOAT
  9. 9. Animals that only eat meatare called carnivores. Themeat can be from other livinganimals or animals that havedied. Many meat eaters huntthe animals that they eat.Sharks go after smaller fish.
  10. 10. PIGBIRD
  11. 11. Mammals are all warm-blooded. Anothercharacteristic of mammals isthat they give birth to a liveyoung. cow
  12. 12. Reptiles arescaly animals thatlay eggs. They arecold blooded. Manyreptiles move bycrawling orcreeping. ex.Lizard, turtle, snak
  13. 13. Animals that canlive on land andwater. Amphibiansusually lay eggs inwater. They havemoist, tough skins.Ex. Salamanderand frog
  14. 14. Birds are warm-blooded, wingedanimals. Most ofthem can fly thoughsome cannot. Theyare covered withfeathers.
  15. 15. this invertebrates arejoined-legged. They havehard skeletons on theoutside of their bodies. Ex.Cricket,fly, scorpion, termite.
  16. 16. Annelids are oftencalled worms. Onecommon example is theearthworm.Earthworms havesegmented bodies.
  17. 17. Animals have structuraland behavioural forms ofadaptation to a particularenvironment in order to protectthemselves, to get food andsurvive.

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