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Vertebrates are animals with back bones e.g. Humans, monkey, horse, dog, cat, snake, frog, crocodile, sheep, newt, dolphins, whale, elephant, cow These are subdivided into five classes. Mammals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians Invertebrates are animals without back bones e.g. Butterfly, fly, wasp, bee, snail, slug, octopus, squid, slug, centipede, mosquito, ladybird These are subdivided into three classes. Insects, Arachnids, Molluscs
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Insects are  Invertebrates They have no backbone They have six legs They have three body parts –  head, thorax and abdomen. e.g. bee, fly, wasp, butterfly, mosquito, ladybird Arachnids are Invertebrates They have no backbone They have eight legs They have two body parts – head  and abdomen e.g. spiders, scorpions
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Molluscs are invertebrates They have no backbone They have a slimy foot  They often have a shell e.g. snails, slugs, octopus, squids, Birds are        vertebrates They have a backbone They are warm blood They have feathers
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Unformatted text preview: They have beaks They lay eggs. e.g. Ostrich, chicken, pigeon, sparrow, blackbird Fish are vertebrates They have a backbone They are cold blooded They have fins They use gills to breath e.g., cod, eel, goldfish, trout, salmon, clownfish, sharks Mammals are vertebrates They have backbone They have lungs They are warm blooded They have mammary glands to feed their babies They give birth to live fully developed babies . e.g. Humans, monkeys, Zebra, dog, mouse, horse, cat, mouse, elephant, Whale, dolphins. Reptiles are vertebrates They have back bones They are cold blooded They have scaly skin They live on land They have lungs for breathing They lay eggs. e.g. snake, crocodile, alligator, tuatara , Amphibians are vertebrates They have backbone They are cold blooded They have slimy wet skin, They can live in water and on land They have lungs e.g. Frogs, newts, toads...
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