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Running head: SCIENTIFIC TAXONOMY AND EARTH'S BIODIVERSITY 1 Scientific Taxonomy and Earth's Biodiversity Tracy Lynn Bignell SCI230 December 12, 2010 Carleitta Paige
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SCIENTIFIC TAXONOMY AND EARTH'S BIODIVERSITY 2 Scientific Taxonomy and Earth's Biodiversity The species I Choose are the Bottlenose Dolphin, A mammal which lives in water and breath in oxygen threw its blowhole located on the top of its head, and is a Carnivore; the Giraffe, a mammal which lives on land, and is an herbivore; the Honey Bee, Help with pollination of plants, and are Herbivores; Ants, Live in colonies, and are Omnivores; The Bald Eagle, Is a carnivore, and mates for life; the Parrot are love birds, and nest in trees; Sand Dollars are invertebrates who burrow into the sand to hide from predators; and Sea Urchins, they carry venom for protection. All Animals are characterized by what they eat, their paws or feet, their teeth or beak, and their internal and external makeup. The Mammals I choose are Bottlenose Dolphin and the Giraffe. Both of these mammals breathe air and exhale Carbon Dioxide. Both of the animals carry their young in their womb until they give birth. The young also feed off of their mother’s milk shortly after they are born. The Giraffe is an herbivore; the Bottlenose Dolphin is a carnivore. The Giraffe lives on land and the
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