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WhatareMammals? • Mammals have hair/fur on their skin. • Most female mammals give birth to young and give milks to young. • Mammals are also warm-blooded. • Examples of Mammals: Chimpanzee, Sheep and Cat. • Examples of Sea Mammals: Whale, Dolphin, Seal.
WhatareBirds? • All birds outing covering is feathers. • Birds reproduce by laying eggs. • All birds have two wings to fly and two legsfor it to stand. • Examples of birds on trees: eagle, starling and African golden-weaver. • Examples of birds cannot fly: Emu, Ostrichand Penguins.
Whatare Fishes? • All fishes have fins to help them swim. • All fishes aslo have gills to help thembreathe and help them protect. • All fishes cannot live out of water for along times. • Some fishes have scales on their skin. • Some fishes live in freshwater andsome fishes live in saltwater.
WhatareInsects? • All insects have six legs ,if it has morethan six legs is not an insects. • All insects is divide into three parts. • Some in sects have wings and some donot have wings. • Some insects have one pair of wing andsome insects have two pair of wing andsome do nothave wings. • Some insects reproduce by laying eggs.
Whatare Reptiles? • All reptiles are covering by scales. • All reptiles are cold-blooded. • Most reptile craw on the floor. • Most reptiles reproduce by laying eggs. • Examples of reptiles: Crocodiles, Snakes and Lizards.