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Vertebrate Groups. Kyle & Shelee. Bony Fish. Bony fish are the largest of all vertebrate classes. Their skeletons are made of bone, and they are covered in scales. Tuna and goldfish are bony fish. Jawless Fish. Jawless fish have boneless mouths. The mouth acts like a suction cup.

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Vertebrate groups

Vertebrate Groups

Kyle & Shelee


Bony fish
Bony Fish

  • Bony fish are the largest of all vertebrate classes.

  • Their skeletons are made of bone, and they are covered in scales.

  • Tuna and goldfish are bony fish.


Jawless fish
Jawless Fish

  • Jawless fish have boneless mouths.

  • The mouth acts like a suction cup.

  • Lampreys are one example.

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Reptiles
Reptiles

  • Lizards, snakes, turtles, and alligators are reptiles.

  • Reptiles are cold blooded vertebrates that live on land.

  • Unlike amphibians, reptiles have dry skin.

  • Their skin is covered with scales or plates.

  • This strong, waterproof covering helps reptiles live on land.

  • Because they cannot breathe through their skin , reptiles use lungs.

  • Their eggs are tough to keep moisture from escaping.


Mammals
Mammals

  • Did you know that you are a mammal.

  • A mammal is a warm – blooded vertebrate with fur or hair.


Cartilaginous fish
Cartilaginous Fish

  • Cartilage is the same rubbery material as that in your outer ears or the tip or your nose.

  • Cartilaginous fish include sharks and rays.