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vertebrates-
animals with backbones
invertebrates-
animals without a backbones.
dinosaurs-
reptiles that have appered about 230 million years ago.
bony fish -
jawed fish that have skeletons made mostly of bones.
amphibians-
animals that live part of their lives in water and part on land.
mammals-
vertebrates that have hair/ fur on their bodies and feed their young with milk.
Soft-bodied Animals-
Animals without bones or shells
cartilage-
a tough tissue like the hard tissue in your (outer ear).
insects-
tiny,invertebrate animals with six legs.
reptiles-
animals that have dry scaly skin.
adaptation-
a characteristic of an animal that helps it survive.
jawless fish
fish that have no jaws.
hard-bodiedanimals-
animals that have hard coverings and bones to support growth.
jawed fish-
fish that developed jaws- they can bite and hold food in their mouths.
adapt-
to adjust or change