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SCI/230 Biodiversity 1 SCI/230 Biodiversity By: Jessie Lassabe January 10, 2010
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SCI/230 Biodiversity 3 1/10/2010 When it comes to Animal kingdom there are numerous types of creatures that fall into this category. I will try to describe eight different species in this kingdom and the characteristics that put them in this kingdom. I will describe two creatures from each of the following mammals, insects, birds, echinoderms. In addition, I will also explain two characteristics shared by each of the two creatures in each category. My first category is mammals. The two mammals that I have chosen are apes and skunks. The characteristics that they share are both feed their young with mammary glands, and hair. The differences that these mammals are numerous skunks eat red meat. Apes do not eat red meat. The social behaviors also are different between these two mammals. Skunks usually stick to themselves and their young and apes tend to stay in groups with other apes not only their
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SCI/230 Biodiversity 4 children. Skunks and apes are classified in different orders skunks are carnivores, and apes are primates. Skunks are carnivores because they eat meat and hunt other creatures. Apes are
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course CJS 212 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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