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  1. Classification of Animals By: Charon Dias

  2. Vertebrates Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals

  3. Reptiles Reptiles have dry and leathery skin. Every type of reptile sheds their skin at least once. Unlike mammals reptiles hatch many eggs at once. Reptiles are also cold blooded animals. This means their body temperature can adapt to the weather. There are 4 types of reptiles species. Crocodilians, Sphenodonitia, Squamata’s and Testudines.

  4. Amphibians Amphibians are the only types of living things that live both in land and in water. Adult Amphibians lay eggs in the water. The first half of their life amphibians swim in the water. They are defined tadpoles. Frogs and Toads are both Amphibians. They lay hundreds of eggs. There are about 6,500 types of amphibians.

  5. Fish and Birds Fish Birds Birds have wings to help them fly in the air. Birds have two legs and wings. Birds have beaks instead of teeth and they have talons instead of hand Bats are the only mammals to have wings. • Fish are the only animals that have gills. Gills help fish breathe underwater. • Fish also have fins to help them navigate in the ocean. Fish lay thousands of eggs at once • No types of fish live in the dead sea.

  6. Mammals • Mammals are the only species to have four limbs. • They also do not lave eggs. Mammals give birth babies. • They also feed mothers milk to their child. They also have dry hair. • Platypus are the only mammals to lay eggs.

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