having a backbone or spinal column
an animal without a backbone
5 types of vertebrates
mamals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish
animal classification system
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Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
What makes up an animal's scientific name
Genus and Species
body temperature stays the same, ex. birds and mammals
having a body temperature that changes with the environment, ex. reptiles, amphibians, fish
warm blooded, hair/ fur, breathe air with lungs, feed young, live birth, ex. dog, dolphin
warm blooded, have feathers, no teeth, lay eggs, breathe air with lungs, ex. parrot, bluejay
cold blooded, rough/dry skin, lay eggs, scales, ex. snake, alligator
Cold blooded, slimy moist skin, live part in water, ex. frog, salamander
Cold Blooded, scales, lay eggs, breathe with gills
ex. trout, shark
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