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CHAPTER 3 REVIEW… “DESCRIBING ANIMALS”
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ANIMAL CHARACTERISTICS WHAT ARE ANIMALS LIKE? * Animals are made of cells. * Animals reproduce. * Animals move in some way * Animals grow and change. * Animals eat food.
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ANIMAL CELLS…. Have a nucleus
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WHICH TYPE? Frogs and Toads are examples of which type of animal? AMPHIBIANS
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SYMMETRY… (the way body parts match up around a point or central line) Radial… body parts that extend outward from a central point Spherical… sphere-shaped body, like a sea urchin Bilateral… two sides that are mirror images like us
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Why are coral reefs endangered? They are threatened by pollution. Souvenir hunters collect the coral. Ships and boats damage them.
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True or False A vertebrate is an animal that has a backbone. An invertebrate does not have a backbone.
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Unformatted text preview: Cnidarians use poison stingers on tentacles to capture prey. Echinoderms are star-designed, spiny-skinned animals. More True Statements. . An endoskeleton is a supporting structure within the body. An arthropod has jointed legs and a body divided into sections. The body temperature of a cold-blooded animal changes with the temperature of its surroundings. Mammals are the highest class of animals with backbones. Reptiles Reptiles are cold-blooded animals with a backbone and an endoskeleton. snakes, turtles, lizards, and alligators Why is Classifying Animals helpful? Helps scientists observe patterns in animal structure, function, and behavior. Helps scientists organize information about animals that have lived in the past....
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