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A way of grouping things according to similarities, making it easier for scientists to study
a) Classification b) Commensalism c) Metamorphosis d) Hibernation
These animals have bodies covered with fur or hair
a) Amphibians b) Birds c) Mammals d) Reptiles
Snails, Clams, and Oysters are all
a) Starfish b) Mollusks c) Arthropods d) Insects
When an animal changes in form as it grows into an adult, we call that
a) Mutualism b) Warm-blooded c) Classification d) Metamorphosis
When body temperatures remain constant, regardless of the surrounding temperature
a) Cold-blooded b) Nocturnal c) Warm-blooded d) Vertebrate
A sponge is also known as a
a) Cnidarian b) Echinoderm c) Mollusk d) Porifera
An important characteristic of a mammal is that it
a) is cold-blooded b) lays eggs c) Has a well developed brain d) is not covered with fur or hair
An important characteristic of amphibians is that
a) they have rough, dry, scaly skin b) have two legs c) have fur or hair d) have smooth, moist skin
An important characteristic of fish is that
a) they were the first vertebrates to live on land b) they breathe through organs called gills. c) they have a well developed brain d) they lay eggs that are tough an leathery
An important characteristic about birds is that
a) they are cold-blooded b) they change form as they grow into adults c) they have lightweight or hollow bones d) they are the oldest group of vertebrates
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