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  1. One Group of AnimalsStandardChristan Lucas Vertebrates

  2. Table of Contents Vertebrates Vertebrate Chart Vertebrate Web Amphibians Birds Fish Mammals Reptiles Where can we find vertebrates? View Video of Pandas Where does each animal belong? Bar Graph Pie Chart Standard

  3. Vertebrates (animals with backbones)

  4. Vertebrate Web

  5. AmphibiansClick here to learn more Have moist skin and no scales; begin life in water; live on land as adults.

  6. BirdsClick here to learn more Have wings and feathers to keep it warm and fly; some don’t fly; lay eggs

  7. FishClick here to learn more Have scales; spend entire life in water.

  8. MammalsClick here to learn more Have hair; make milk for their young

  9. ReptilesClick here to learn more Have dry, scaly skin; lay eggs

  10. Where can we find vertebrates? There are a lot of vertebrate groups at Zoo Atlanta. Try this site too: http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/content/animals/

  11. Pandas are at the zoo Check out this site to view movies of other vertebrate groups at Zoo Atlanta, www.zooatlanta.org/animals_videos.htm.

  12. In which vertebrate group do these animals belong?

  13. Georgia PerformanceStandardS5L1. Students will classify organisms into groups and relate how they determined the groupswith how and why scientists use classification.a. Demonstrate how animals are sorted into groups (vertebrate and invertebrate) and howvertebrates are sorted into groups (fish, amphibian, reptile, bird, and mammal).Home