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classification - Classification? Classification? Animals...

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Animals are separated into groups or categories so that they are more easily studied and discussed by scientists and others. Classification? Classification?
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Mammals Fish Birds Reptiles Amphibians
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Mammals Mammals Characteristics: Have teeth Have hair Are warm blooded Have a single jaw bone Have inner ear bones Produce milk for their young
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Mammals Mammals Mammals have larger brains and seem to be the most capable lear ners. All mammalian mothers nourish their babies with milk .
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Fish Fish Characteristics: Are cold-blooded vertebrate (backbone) Live in water Usually have paired fins, gills, and scales
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Fish Fish Most fish lay large numbers of eggs, but some have live birth . Most fish breathe by drawing water over four or five pairs of gills.
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Amphibians Amphibians Characteristics: Are cold-blooded vertebrate (backbone) Lay their eggs in water Lack any skin coverings such as fur, scales or feathers
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