The 5 Classes of Vertebrates

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The 5 Classes of Vertebrates
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Reptiles
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They breath with lungs.
They are cold-blooded.
There bodies are covered with dry
scales.
They lay eggs.
Black snakes, Bearded dragons, Turtles,
Crocodiles, and Alligators are reptiles.
Reptiles
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Geckos and Skinks are unusual reptiles.
Frogs and Toads are non examples.
Amphibians
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They breathe with lungs and gills.
They are cold blooded.
Their skin is smooth and moist.
Their birth of young is eggs.
The examples are frogs, salamanders,
newt, and mud puppies.
Amphibians
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African clawed frog is a unusual
example.
The lizard is a non-example.
Mammals
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Mammals breathe with lungs.
They are warm blooded.
They have hair/fur.
Most give birth to live young.
Some examples are bears, lions, tigers,
and people.
Some unusual examples bats, whales,
and dolphins
Mammals
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Non-examples are sharks and penguins.
Birds
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Birds breathe with lungs.
They are warm-blooded.
They are covered with feathers.
They give birth to eggs.
Examples of birds would be a red bird,
hawk, and chicken.
Some unusual birds are the ostrich,
flamingo, and penguin.
Birds
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Some non-examples are the bat and the
dragonfly.
Fish
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They breathe with gills.
They are cold blooded.
Their skin is covered with scales and
bony plates.
They lay eggs and have live births.
An example of a fish is a gold fish and
sharks.
Fish
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A unusual example would be a sea
horse and an eel.
A non-example would be a dolphin,
whale and starfish.
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