Animals and plants. That are alike. SC.K.L.14.3: Observe plants and animals , describe how they are alike and how they are different in the way they look and in the things they do. . Horses and Zebras. Horses come in many colors and are domesticated-meaning they can be trained.
That are alike
SC.K.L.14.3: Observe plants and animals, describe how they are alike and how they are different in the way they look and in the things they do.
Horses come in many colors and are domesticated-meaning they can be trained.
All zebras have stripes, solid tails and are wild animals.
Alligator teeth fit in their jaw, they have a broader snout and tend to live in freshwater environments.
Crocodiles teeth are always visible, they have a thin snout and live in saltwater.
Porpoises have shorter snouts, have shorter bodies and appear chubby.
Dolphins have an elongated snout,
and have leaner,
They are both mammals-not fish. They have lungs, breathe air and give birth (and nurse) live young.
Oxygen can permeate (go through) frogs’ skin when they are underwater. On land, they use their lungs to breathe.
Frogs have slimy skin, must live near water, have narrow bodies and jump high.
Toads have warts, don’t need to live near water, have wide bodies, and will run instead of jump.
Elephants exit today, have tusks and large flappy ears.
Mammoths are extinct, but were covered in fur and had much larger tusks.
Sharks also breathe through gills.
Unlike fish though, sharks are carnivores, eating other animals.
Plants use carbon dioxide and sunlight to create their food using a process called photosynthesis. Oxygen is released as a waste product.
Seaweed also uses photosynthesis to create food. Seaweed is important because it provides homes for animals and fish breathe the oxygen the plants release.