Most fish you are familiar with are bony
fishes
Some fishes
live in Salt Water

Some fishes live in
Fresh Water
Fishes come in different sizes
The smallest fish in the worldStout infant fish
Fishes come in different sizes
Some big fishes in the world—
Whale shark
Fishes have different body shapes
Fishes have different body shapes
Stingray
Fishes have different body shapes
Eel
Amphibians include:

Toad
Amphibians include:

Frog
Amphibians include:

Salamander
Please remember the
following:
Young

Adult
Amphibians hatch
from eggs
They begin life as
fish-like larvae
The young undergoes
metamorphosis and
change into adults
What is Metamorphosis?
Amphibians need to live near the water to
make their skin moist and also to lay eggs
Amphibians are important as they help
control the insect population
Reptiles include: Crocodile
Turtles
Lizards
Snakes
Dinosaurs are reptiles
Reptiles are cold-blooded animals covered with
scales
There body structure allow them live in
wet places or dry places

wet places

dry places
Find the Reptile
Birds have feathers, two wings, two feet, and a
beak or bill.
Although birds are known for their ability to fly,
not all of them can fly.
Birds that can not fly
Penguins

Ostrich

Chicken

Ducks
Birds are also warm blooded
Birds are also lay eggs
Mammals are animals that feed on its mother’s
milk through the mammary gland.
Most Mammals give birth directly to a live young.
There are more than 4,500 species of mammals
that have been named by scientists.
Pangolin
There are more than 4,500 species of mammals
that have been named by scientists.
Red fox
There are more than 4,500 species of mammals
that have been named by scientists.
Sloth
There are more than 4,500 species of mammals
that have been named by scientists.
Blue Whale
There are more than 4,500 species of mammals
that have been named by scientists.
Hog-nosed Bat
There are Mammals that can
lay eggs.
Other mammals
Platypus
There are also Mammals that lay eggs.
Echidna
END
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
Vertebrates 2nd Part -- Elementary Science
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    1. 1. Most fish you are familiar with are bony fishes
    2. 2. Some fishes live in Salt Water Some fishes live in Fresh Water
    3. 3. Fishes come in different sizes The smallest fish in the worldStout infant fish
    4. 4. Fishes come in different sizes Some big fishes in the world— Whale shark
    5. 5. Fishes have different body shapes
    6. 6. Fishes have different body shapes Stingray
    7. 7. Fishes have different body shapes Eel
    8. 8. Amphibians include: Toad
    9. 9. Amphibians include: Frog
    10. 10. Amphibians include: Salamander
    11. 11. Please remember the following: Young Adult
    12. 12. Amphibians hatch from eggs They begin life as fish-like larvae
    13. 13. The young undergoes metamorphosis and change into adults
    14. 14. What is Metamorphosis?
    15. 15. Amphibians need to live near the water to make their skin moist and also to lay eggs
    16. 16. Amphibians are important as they help control the insect population
    17. 17. Reptiles include: Crocodile
    18. 18. Turtles
    19. 19. Lizards
    20. 20. Snakes
    21. 21. Dinosaurs are reptiles
    22. 22. Reptiles are cold-blooded animals covered with scales
    23. 23. There body structure allow them live in wet places or dry places wet places dry places
    24. 24. Find the Reptile
    25. 25. Birds have feathers, two wings, two feet, and a beak or bill.
    26. 26. Although birds are known for their ability to fly, not all of them can fly.
    27. 27. Birds that can not fly Penguins Ostrich Chicken Ducks
    28. 28. Birds are also warm blooded
    29. 29. Birds are also lay eggs
    30. 30. Mammals are animals that feed on its mother’s milk through the mammary gland.
    31. 31. Most Mammals give birth directly to a live young.
    32. 32. There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Pangolin
    33. 33. There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Red fox
    34. 34. There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Sloth
    35. 35. There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Blue Whale
    36. 36. There are more than 4,500 species of mammals that have been named by scientists. Hog-nosed Bat
    37. 37. There are Mammals that can lay eggs.
    38. 38. Other mammals
    39. 39. Platypus
    40. 40. There are also Mammals that lay eggs. Echidna
    41. 41. END

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