Animals and Plants

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Animals and Plants

  1. 1. There are two types of animals: Invertebrate and vertebrate animals.
  2. 2. Invertebrates are the animals that do not have backbone For example: ant, spider
  3. 3. Vertebrates are the animals that have backbone For example: tiger
  4. 4. Oviparous: they are born from eggs. Viviparous: they are born from their mother’s body
  5. 5. Vertebrate animals can be classified in 5 main groups:  Mammals (dog, cow, people)  Birds (eagle, sea gull, parrot)  Fish (tuna fish, shark)  Reptiles (snake, lizard, crocodile)  Amphibians (frog, salamander)
  6. 6. Invertebrate animals can be classified in:  Molluscs (octopus, mussels, prawns, oysters)  Anthropods. They can be insects (flies, bees) or arachnids (spiders, scorpions)  Jellyfish  Sponges  Starfish
  7. 7. Plants are living things. They make their own food and they reproduce. They have stems, leaves and roots. stem Leaf roots
  8. 8. Trees: They have trunk and branches . Trees can be evergreen or deciduous. Bushes: they have a hard stem and branches. They grow close to the ground. Grasses have a soft stem. They are thin and flexible.

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