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Unformatted text preview: Fish skeletons are made of cartilage or bones They live in freshwater, saltwater, oceans and ponds Fish say, “Glulp, Glulp” ----- Fish say, “Wshh Wshh” Move like a fish. Now, dance like a fish. Reptiles use their lungs to breathe They have claws on their feet and use the sun for heat Reptiles have scales and lay eggs on the land They are cold-blooded animals with no sweat glands Snakes say, “Sssss” ----- Alligators say, “Chomp Chomp” Move like a snake. Now, dance like a turtle. Amphibians live on the land and in the water Their babies have gills, but metamorphosis takes over Their skin is moist and they don’t have scales Salamanders can grow back their arms, legs and tails Frogs say, “Ribbit Ribbit” ----- Toads say, “Rrraw” Jump like a frog. Now, dance like a frog....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course MUED 155 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '07 term at Maryland.
- Spring '07