Insects have got 2 of these of its head.
Mammals give â€Ś to their babies.
Mammals give BIRTH to their babies.
Animals that eat meat are â€Ś
Animals that eat meat are CARNIVORS.
Don’t think it’s a fish because it’s a mammal!
Some animals lay â€Ś
Some animals lay EGGS.
One of the groups of vertebrates.
Fish breathe through theirâ€Ś
Fish breathe through their GILLS.
Only animals that drink milk when adults.
Animals without backbones are â€Ś
Animals without backbones are INVERTEBRATES.
Sharks have got a dangerous one.
Animal that comes from Australia and eats eucalyptusâ€™ leaves.
Some animals have got 4, others 6 and others 8.
Some of them have a shell.
Birds lay their eggs in a â€Ś
Birds lay their eggs in a NEST
Animals that lay eggs are â€Ś
Animals that lay eggs are OVIPAROUS
Semi-aquatic mammal from Tasmania, similar to a duck.
This game consists of 24.
Group of vertebrates that have got scales or smooth skin.
Mollusc that donâ€™t have a shell.
Part of the body in some invertebrates.
Animals are not â€Ś
Animals are not UNICELLULARS
Animals that are born alive are â€Ś
Animals that are born alive are VIVIPAROUS
Aquatic animals take oxygen from the â€Ś
Aquatic animals take oxygen from the WATER
Shows you an animalâ€™s backbone.
Yellow part in an egg.
Scientists who study animals are â€Ś
Scientists who study animals are ZOOLOGISTS