Animal plurals. Dog. 1. Dogs. 1. Cat. 1. Cats. 1. Cow. 1. Cattle. 1. Duck.
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Science Jeopardy!. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 100. What is a vertebrate?. Answer: An animal with a backbone. 200.
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Eastern Hognose Snake. Green Treefrog. Amphibians and Reptiles: An Introduction to Herpetofauna. Compiled by the Davidson College Herpetology Laboratory. Amphibians and Reptiles. Ectothermic Use outside energy sources to maintain body temperature for metabolism and regulatory functions
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Birds. Reptiles. A TRIP TO THE ZOO. Mammals. Fish. REPTILES. Tree Frogs. Snakes. Lizards. BIRDS. Parrots. Orioles. Penguins. MAMMALS. Elephants. Monkeys. Polar Bears. FISH. Sharks. Clownfish. Starfish. SNAKE. REPTILES. TREE FROG. Tree frogs live in the rainforest.
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The water-absorption region of ventral skin of several semi-terrestrial and aquatic amphibians identified by aquaporins. Yuji Ogushi, Azumi Tsuzuki, Megumi Sato, Hiroshi Mochida, Reiko Okada, Masakazu Suzuki, Stanley D. Hillyard and Shigeyasu Tanaka. Introduction.
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Quick Punctuation Guide . Comma. Use before a coordinating conjunction linking main clauses following introductory clauses and phrases between items in a series to set off incidental comments (appositives, nonrestrictive clauses) when meaning is unclear without its use
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Temperate Deciduous Forest. Location - North America, Europe, Asia Climate - warm summers, cool winters Temperature -3 to 18 0 C. Precipitation - between 75 cm to 150 cm (30 to 56 inches) annually. Has four (4) seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.
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Biome: Tropical Rainforest. Tropical Rainforest. By: Angelica A. Magan J. Chelsea G. December 2005. And I, Gir, will be your tour guide. Table of Contents. Slide I : Map Slide II : Land Forms Slide III : Producers Slide IV : Herbivores Slide V : Carnivores
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Eastern Bluebirds in North America. By: Kylee Hill . Migration. t ravel with 100 or more m ight travel up to 2,000 miles. Traveling South. t ravel to find better resources and weather t ravel when food supply gets to low. Insects and Animals it Eats.
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Rainforest Quiz. By Molly Allan. Question 1. Q. Which two part of the rainforest do birds live in. a. The emergent and the canopy b. The canopy and the understory c. The understory and the forest floor A. a. The emergent and the canopy. .
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Click on the frog to see fun facts about green tree frogs. Click on this frog to see what they look like. C lick on this frog to see the life cycle. Click on this frog to see what they eat. Green Tree Frogs end. Click on this frog to see there habitat. Click this frog to see why they croak.
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All about Toucans. By : Evan Le. Toucans eat insects , and sometimes young birds , eggs , or lizards. Toucans use there beaks to reach fruit on trees. T oucans eat insects, and sometimes young birds, eggs, or lizards. Toucans live in small flocks of about six birds .
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Frog vs. Toad. Travis Gerald Edwards. Facts about toads and frogs. Frogs. Toads.
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