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Amniotic eggs are found among all of these.
What are birds and reptiles?
The hard shelled eggs develop outside of the body.
What is oviparous?
The eggs develop inside the mother, fed by a yolk.
What is ovoviviparous?
It’s the time the embryo spends in the uterus.
What is the period of gestation?
Mammals that lay eggs.
What is a monotreme?
Reptiles have this type of circulation.
What is a double loop?
Most reptiles have this type of heart.
What is a 3 chambered heart?
What is a partial partition of the ventricle?
In fish, its where the blood goes when it leaves the ventricle.
What is the body?
Mammals have the most.
What has 4 chambers to the heart?
Single-loop circulatory systems have these.
What is a 2 chambered heart?
Lampreys and hagfish.
What are the jawless fish?
It revolutionized vertebrate evolution.
What are jaws?
Birds store their food there.
What is the crop?
It is where food goes when it leaves the stomach.
What is the small intestine?
This organ stores wastes, sperm and is a passage for the eggs.
What is the cloacae?
Fish use it to interpret their sense of smell.
What is the olfactory lobe?
It is best developed in birds and mammals.
What is the cerebrum?
What is the concentration of sense organs and nerve cells in the front of the body?
It controls the functioning of internal organs.
What is the medulla oblongata?
It coordinates movement and controls balance.
What is the cerebellum?
Bony fish belong to it.
What is osteichthyes?
It would feed its young with milk.
What is mammalia?
It has a water-proof skin with strong teeth and claws.
What is reptilia?
It means “to fly” and these animals do this well.
What is Aves?
They lack teeth and claws.
What is amphibia?
Because of these, birds can perform gas exchange while inhaling and exhaling.
What are air sacs?
In snakes, its called the Jacobson’s organ.
What is the pit like sense organ that picks up airborne chemicals?
Fish use their lateral lines.
How do fish detect motion in the water?
They can bite and poison them; squeeze them or swallow them alive.
How do snakes capture their prey?
Its why the platypus is considered to be a mammal.
What is feeding its young with milk?
Make your wager
The monotreme and the marsupial don’t have this.
What is the placenta?