Classification Of Vertebrates: Question Preview (ID: 11266)


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Which class of animal has skin with fur or hair, feeds their young milk and maintains a constant body temperature?
a) Reptiles b) Birds c) Fish d) Mammals
Which class of animal has skin with feathers, lays egges with a hard shell, has a beak and maintains a constant body temperature?
a) Reptiles b) Birds c) Amphibians d) Mammals
Which class of animal has skin with scales, lays eggs with a leathery shell and does not maintain a constant body temperature?
a) Reptiles b) Birds c) Amphibians d) Mammals
Which class of animal has soft skin without scales, lays eggs in water, lives in the water when young but on land when mature and does not maintain a constant body temperature?
a) Reptiles b) Fish c) Amphibians d) Mammals
Which class of animal is found only in water, has a changing body temperature, skin with scales, breathes through gills and lays eggs without a shell?
a) Reptiles b) Fish c) Amphibians d) Mammals
The five classes of vertebrates are:
a) Vertebrates, invertebrates, birds, fish, reptiles b) Mammals, Marsupials, Monotremes, Birds, Frogs c) Mammals, Fish, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles d) Mammals, Animals, Fish, Birds, Reptiles
The three types of mammals are:
a) Marsupials, Monotremes, Placental b) Marsupials, Monotremes, Humans c) Knagaroos, Possums, Wallabies d) Marsupials, Echidnas, Platypus
Animals that have a backbone (vertebral column) are known as:
a) invertebrates b) arthropods c) animals d) vertebrates
Animals that do not have a backbone are called:
a) invertebrates b) arthropods c) animals d) vertebrates
The only two montremes in the world are the:
a) Platypus and wallaby b) Kangaroo and echidna c) Kangaroo and wallaby d) Platypus and echidna
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