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What covering keeps mammals warm?
Fur covers mammals to keep them warm.
Name 3 ways that mammals travel.
Walk, run, and hop are three ways that mammals travel.
Mammals are _____-blooded.
Mammals are warm-blooded.
What do mothers give their babies for food that comes from their body?
Milk is what mothers give to their babies for food that comes from their body
Mammals’ babies are born _____.
Mammals’ babies are born alive.
What covers and protects reptiles?
Scales and plates cover and protect reptiles.
Most reptiles are born alive or in _____.
Most reptile babies are born alive or in eggs.
Turtle Hatching from egg!
Shrink with eggs!
How do reptiles travel?
Reptiles travel by crawling, walking, climbing, or slithering.
Reptiles are ___-blooded.
Reptiles are cold-blooded.
Interesting Facts from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/reptiles/printouts.shtml
* Biggest reptile - the estuarine crocodile (over 7 m (23 ft) long).
* Smallest reptile (and smallest lizard) - the British Virgin Islands gecko (only 18 mm = 7/10 inches long)
* Fastest reptile - the spiny-tailed iguana (tracked at 34.9 km/h = 21 mph)
* Biggest (heaviest) snake - the anaconda of South America.
* Longest Snake - reticulated Python (over 10 m long)
* Fastest-moving snake - probably the poisonous black mamba
* Biggest lizard - the Komodo dragon (up to 3 m long)
* Biggest turtle - the leatherback turtle (up to 2.5 m)
* Most poisonous land snakes - the taipan (from Australia), black mamba, and krait.
* Only poisonous lizards - the Gila monster, the beaded lizard
* Weirdest ability - horned lizards can squirt a thin spray of blood from their eyes up to of 3 feet away.
How many legs do most reptiles have?
Most reptiles have 4 legs.
This is a lady bug turtle!
Fish live in _____.
Fish live in water.
Fish breathe under water with ____.
Fish breathe under water with gills.
This body covering protects the fish from cuts and germs.
Scales cover and protect the fish from cuts and germs
These body parts help a fish move, stop, and steer.
Fins help a fish move, stop, and steer.
This is how fish travel.
Fish travel by swimming.
What keeps birds warm?
Feathers keep birds warm.
What body part helps birds travel?
Wings help the bird to travel.
A bird has ____ legs.
A bird has two legs.
Birds’ babies are born alive or in ____.
Birds’ babies are born alive or in eggs.
How to birds travel?
Birds travel by flying.
How many legs to insects have?
Insects have 6 legs.
Name the 3 body parts of insects.
The 3 body parts of insects are head, thorax, and abdomen.
Name 2 types of food that insects eat.
Insects eat plants and other insects.
Insects travel by ____, ____, ____, and _____.
Insects travel by flying, walking, hopping, and crawling.
Insect homes are _______ or in water.
Insect homes are on land or in water.
Write down your answers on a piece of paper!
This cold-blooded animal is covered with scales and lives in water.
This warm-blooded animal is covered with fur and gives birth to live babies.
This warm blooded animal is covered with feathers.
This cold-blooded animal can live in water or on land.
This animal lives in water and breathes through its gills.