The Vertebrates By: Noora Al-Thani 6B
What are Vertebrates and Invertebrates ? • The classification of Vertebrates is mammals, Reptiles, Fish , Birds, Amphibians all other animals sea creatures, insects are invertebrates. Vertebrates have have back bones. Invertebrates don’t have a back bone.
Insects(Invertebrates) • Insects have 6 legs. • 2 pairs of wings. • Insects have a three part body. • One pair of antennae. • Insects hatch from tiny eggs. • They need protection, food and water to grow successfully. • Insects live for a year or 2 depending on what they eat.
Spiders(Invertebrates) • Spiders have eight legs. • A two part body. • They don’t have any wings. • Most spiders live for about a year some live for only a few months.
Back bone Fish • Slimy, bony scales for protection. • Gills so they can breath. • Fins for steering and moving. • Thousands of eggs. • No worries for their young ones. • Not all of the fishes have back bones only most of them. • It supports the skeleton for protection for the spinal chord.
Amphibians • Amphibians are like Toads and frogs. • They have hundred of eggs. • They have 4 legs when they become an adult. • They don’t worry about there young ones. • When they are young they have fish tails. • Amphibians are the members of the class Amphibia. • They spend part of their life’s underwater water and the remainder on land.
Reptiles • The reptiles are members of a group air-breathing. • Dry leathery scales. • Small brains. • Several dozen eggs. • Few worries about their young ones.
Birds • They have feathers. • Feathers keep the birds warm. • The birds can fly with wing feathers. • No other animal has beautiful colors like birds. • Two wings and two legs. • A dozen or so eggs. • No teeth they have beaks instead. • They worry about their eggs and young.
Mammals • Dry hair. • Four limbs. • Milk for youngsters. • They don’t lay eggs. • There are about 5,000 species of living mammals. • 3 middle ears bones.
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