Environmental Science (EVS) : Animals (Class II)

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Animals, External Features of Animals, Animal Food Habits, Animal Shelter
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Environmental Science (EVS) : Animals (Class II)

  1. 1. EVS: Animals theeducationdesk.com
  2. 2. theeducationdesk.com • External Features • Food Habits • Places They Live In Animals
  3. 3. Animals are living creatures. Animals can breathe. They need air, water and shelter. Different Animals have different food habits and features. Animals who are friends of humans are called Domestic animals. Animals who live in forest are called Wild animals. theeducationdesk.com Animals
  4. 4. Land Animals & Features Animals which lives on land are called Land Animals. They have some common external features as: Claws Horns Tusk Fur Tail Ears theeducationdesk.com
  5. 5. Water Animals & Features Animals which lives in water are called water animals. They are also called as Aquatic animals. Their main features are: Fins Tail Scales Gills Tail Fins Gills theeducationdesk.com
  6. 6. What Animals Eat? Animals who eats only plants or leaves are called Herbivores animals. Rabbit Rhinoceros Elephant Deer Cow Goat theeducationdesk.com
  7. 7. What Animals Eat? Animals who eat other animals or meat are called Carnivores animals. Polar Bear Frog Cheetah Dolphin Snake Tiger theeducationdesk.com
  8. 8. What Animals Eat? Animals who eat both plants as well as meat are called Omnivores animals. Dog Pigs Bear Chimpanzee Rat Wolf theeducationdesk.com
  9. 9. Animals & their Homes Animals need home to protect themselves and their babies from other animals. Burrow Stable Kennel Rabbit Horse Dog theeducationdesk.com
  10. 10. Animals & their Homes Let’s see some more animals and their homes. Den Shed Tree Lion Cow Monkey theeducationdesk.com
  11. 11. Humans are also Omnivores as they eat both plants as well as meat. Frogs are Amphibians as they can live on land as well as in water. Animals having the backbones to support their body are called Vertebrates, like Dinosaurs. Animals not having the backbones to support their body are called Invertebrates. E.g. Star Fish theeducationdesk.com Do you know?
  12. 12. Thank You !!! - http://theeducationdesk.com/ theeducationdesk.com

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