CHAPTER 3

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3.1 Classifications of animals

Mammals

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Mammals African Cheetah .

Mammals Tiger .

Mammals Polar Bear .

Mammals Cheetah .

Mammals Vervet Monkey .

Mammals Mandrill .

Mammals Proboscis Monkey .

Mammals Japanese Macaqu .

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Class/characteristic Mammals Habitat Land but some such dolphin and whales live in water Body temperature Warm-blooded animal Types of respiration Breath with their lungs Examples Bats. whales. orang-utans .

Birds .

Birds .

Birds .

Birds Pelican Fish .

Birds Black Browed Albatross .

Birds Flying Puffin .

Birds King Penguin .

Birds Rock Hopper Penguins .

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Reptiles .

Reptiles .

Reptiles .

Reptiles Panther Chameleon .

Reptiles American Crocodile .

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Fish .

Fish .

Fish .

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Fish .

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Amphibians .

Amphibians .

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INVERTEBRATE .

THE PLANTS CLASSIFICATION .

hibiscus. Tap roots Fibrous roots Examples: Rubber and durian Examples : Grasses. sunflower plants banana. sugar cane. trees. orchid plants . paddy.

Monocotyledons Dicotyledons Parallel veins Network-like veins .

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Non-flowering Plants Ferns .Has chlorophyll .Produce spores .Live in damp and shady places Conifers .

Non-flowering Plants Mosses Algae .Grow mainly in damp places seaweeds . .Produce spores Example: Phytoplankton.

Produce spores except yeast by budding . Obtain food from living or dead organisms . Live in damp and shady places . No leaves. No chlorophyll . stem and root . 5 Fungi .