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Animals

  1. 1. ANIMALS
  2. 2. LION DOG CAT ELEPHANT GIRAFFE DOLPHIN
  3. 3. TURTLE TIGER SNAKEBIRD BEAR CROCODILE
  4. 4. FROGBAT ZEBRA FLYKANGAROO PANDA
  5. 5. WOLF KOALA PENGUINFOX SHARK DONKEY
  6. 6. MOUSE MONKEY SQUIRREL RABBITHORSESHEEP
  7. 7. PIGANTDUCK COWFISH CRAB
  8. 8. SPIDEROCTOPUS WHALE
  9. 9. REPRODUCTION
  10. 10. OMNIVORES
  11. 11. MAMMALS • Mammals are Vertebrates.
  12. 12. MAMMALS • Their skin is usually covered with fur or hair.
  13. 13. MAMMALS • They are viviparous. They are born from their mother’s womb. They drink their mother’s milk.
  14. 14. MAMMALS Most mammals live on land and use their legs to move around. They breathe through lungs.
  15. 15. MAMMALS
  16. 16. OTHER MAMMALS
  17. 17. MARINE MAMMALS
  18. 18. MARINE MAMMALS • They live in the sea. • Most of them have bare skin. • They swim using their fins.
  19. 19. SEAL WALRUS DOLPHIN WHALE KILLER WHALE
  20. 20. FLYING MAMMALS
  21. 21. FLYING MAMMALS • They fly using their upper limbs, which are wings. • They hunt at night.
  22. 22. BAT VAMPIRE BAT
  23. 23. PRIMATES
  24. 24. PRIMATES Humans belongs to this group of mammals. They use their hands to grip objects and use them as tools.
  25. 25. ORANGUTAN GORILLA MONKEY LEMUR CHIMPANZEE
  26. 26. MAMMALS PAIRS What Kind of Animal is This? MAMMALS VIDEO CLASSIFY CHARASTERISTICS ANIMALS HANGMAN ANIMALS DIET GAME
  27. 27. BIRDS • Birds are Vertebrates.
  28. 28. BIRDS • Their skin is covered with feathers.
  29. 29. BIRDS • Birds have two wings to fly and two legs. They have a beak and holes instead of ears.
  30. 30. BIRDS • They are oviparous. They lay eggs.
  31. 31. BIRDS Birds incubate their eggs, feed and take care of their babies
  32. 32. BIRDS They breathe through lungs.
  33. 33. BIRDS
  34. 34. PIGEON STORK SPARROW PELICAN
  35. 35. REPTILES • Reptiles are Vertebrates.
  36. 36. REPTILES • Their skin is covered with scales.
  37. 37. REPTILES • They are oviparous. They lay eggs.
  38. 38. REPTILES Most reptiles do not incubate their eggs, feed and take care of their babies
  39. 39. REPTILES They breathe through lungs.
  40. 40. REPTILES They have holes instead of ears.
  41. 41. REPTILES
  42. 42. SPECIAL REPTILES
  43. 43. SNAKES Snakes have no legs and they slither.
  44. 44. TORTOISE AND TURTLE They have a hard shell to protect their body.
  45. 45. TORTOISE AND TURTLE They live on land. TORTOISE They live in water o nearly. TURTLE
  46. 46. CHAMELEON They camouflage to help them hide from predators
  47. 47. LIZARD CROCODILE IGUANA
  48. 48. DINOSAURS Dinosaurs were reptiles that lived on Earth millions of years ago. They are extinct now.
  49. 49. DINOSAURS Some of them were enormous and others were small and their bodies were covered with feathers.
  50. 50. AMPHIBIANS • Amphibians are Vertebrates.
  51. 51. AMPHIBIANS • Amphibians have bare skin.
  52. 52. AMPHIBIANS • They are oviparous. They lay eggs.
  53. 53. AMPHIBIANS Amphibians don’t take care of their babies
  54. 54. AMPHIBIANS They breathe through lungs and through their moist skin when they are adults.
  55. 55. AMPHIBIANS They live on land and in water when they are adults. Adult amphibians have four legs.
  56. 56. AMPHIBIANS Tadpoles are different from the adults. They breathe through gills and have a tail to swim. They live in water. TADPOLES
  57. 57. AMPHIBIANS Frogs and toads have longer hindquarters and no tail. Newts and salamanders have four equal legs and a long tail.
  58. 58. AMPHIBIANS
  59. 59. FISH Fish are Vertebrates.
  60. 60. FISH • Their bodies are covered with scales.
  61. 61. FISH • They are oviparous. They lay eggs.
  62. 62. FISH Fish don’t take care of their babies
  63. 63. FISH Fish are aquatic animals. They swim using their fins.
  64. 64. FISH They breathe in oxygen from water using their gills.
  65. 65. FISH Some fish, like trout and carp, live in freshwater. (Lakes, rivers) Others, like sardines and sharks, live in saltwater. (Sea)
  66. 66. FISH
  67. 67. SHARK SARDINECLOWNFISH TROUT CARPSTINGRAY
  68. 68. • JUMPING SHARK • BABY FISHING • FISH SALVAGE • HOOK THE FISH • SALAMANDER JIGSAW • FROG LIFE CYCLE 2 • FROG LIFE CYCLE 1 • FISH GAMES

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