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HOURGLASS DOLPHINS Lagenorhynchus cruciger. Latisha Rawlings And Sean Alberts Kingdom of life project. Seven Characteristics of life. Cellular organization Reproduction Metabolism Homeostasis Heredity Response Growth and Development.

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Hourglass dolphins lagenorhynchus cruciger

HOURGLASS DOLPHINSLagenorhynchuscruciger

Latisha Rawlings

And

Sean Alberts

Kingdom of life project


Seven characteristics of life
Seven Characteristics of life.

  • Cellular organization

  • Reproduction

  • Metabolism

  • Homeostasis

  • Heredity

  • Response

  • Growth and Development.



Plant maple tree in the backround
Plant- Maple tree in the people touching it. backround



Protista we assume there are protist because protist live in water
Protista people touching it. - we assume there are protist, because protist live in water.


Animalia we found a snail hiding under a log
Animalia people touching it. - We found a snail hiding under a log.


Facts about hourglass dolphin
Facts about Hourglass Dolphin people touching it.

  • Multicellular

  • Eukaryote

  • Tertiary Consumer


Facts about hourglass dolphin1
Facts about Hourglass people touching it. Dolphin

  • Eats: small fish, crustaceans, and squid.

  • Interesting Facts: They are also called Sea Skunks. They can develop type 2 diabetes

  • Grow to be 6 to 7 feet long, and weigh up to 180 pounds.

  • Live in the polar regions of Northern England, Southern New Zealand, and the Southern tip of South America.


Fly agaric
Fly people touching it. Agaric

  • Multicellular

  • Eukaryote

  • Decomposer


Fact about fly agaric
Fact about Fly people touching it. Agaric

  • 3 to 8 inches tall

  • Poisones

  • Used by ancient europeans for its halucigenic properties

  • Decomposes dead plant and animal material.


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organism 1 here

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Handout 5

Organism 1- LagenorhynchuscrucigerOrganism 2-Amanita muscaria

1. Animalia

2. Chordata

3. Vertabrata

4. Cetacea

5. Delphinidai

6. Lagnorhynchus

  • 7. Lagnorhynchus

    cruciger

    8.Motile

    9.No cell wall

  • Fungi

  • Basidiomycota

  • Agaricolycetes

  • Agaricales

  • Amanitaceae

  • Amanita

  • Amanita muscaria

  • Sessile

  • Cell wall

  • Animalia

  • Multicellular

  • Eukaryote

  • no cell wall

  • sexual reproduction

  • heterotroph

  • motile


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