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They have a backbone. They also have dry, scaly skin. The scales protect them from harm. 3 Most of them lay eggs. Reptile eggs have hard shells and are laid on land. Amphibian eggs have soft shells and are laid in or near water. Young reptiles look just like their parents, only smaller. 5 Reptiles can be found in many different habitats. They live on every continent except Antarctica. Snakes, lizards, turtles, and tortoises are reptiles. 1 Draw your own picture of a reptile. 7 What is a Mammal?
After they hatch, insects go through metamorphosis. Their bodies change a lot. The adult insect looks very different than when it first hatched. 6 All insects also have six legs and three body parts. On their heads, you will find antennae, eyes, a brain, and a mouth. 4 All insects have an exoskeleton. That means that an insect’s skeleton is on the outside of its body. The exoskeleton protects the insect. Ants, grasshoppers, and butterflies are all insects. They are arthropods. They have no backbones.
Their body temperature changes with the temperature of 3 the water. Clown fish, eels, and sharks are all fish. How are they alike? What do they all have in common? 1 backbone Fish are vertebrates. That they have backbones. means Draw 5 Where your does own it fish. live? 7 All About Teacher Tam 2014 Version A Birds have bones that are hollow and not heavy. This helps them fly. 6 All birds have wings. Most of them can fly. Penguins cannot fly. 2 All birds lay eggs. The hard shell protects the growing chick.