 All living things can be clasified according to
their characteristics.
 Animal,plant,monera,fungi and protista.
 1. the 5 groups are:
mammals,fish,birds,reptiles and amphibians.
 2. vertebrates are multicellular animals that
have a ...
 Respiration: they breath with lungs.
 Extremities: they have 4 legs and a tail but
aquatic animals such as whales or do...
 Bodies: they have hard scales but some
have a hard shell.
 Reproduction: they are oviparous.
 Respiration: they have l...
 Respiration: they have gills.
 Bodies: their body is covered with scales.
 Extremities: they have fins and tails.
 Re...
 Respiration: they have lungs.
 Bodies: they have aerodynamic bodies that
make it easier to fly.
 Extremities: birds ha...
 Bodies: they have smooth and thin skin.
 Respiration:
1.When they are young,they have gills.
2.When they are adults,the...
 Molluscs : they have soft bodies,a hard shell,
gills and they lay eggs.
 Coelenterates: they have soft bodies, and
some...
 Echinoderms: bodies covered with sharp spikes
and some have arms or tentacles ,absorb water
with gills and others throug...
 We clasify them into seed plant and non-
seed plant.
 Angiosperms and gymnosperms are seed
plants.
 Ferns and mosses a...
 Fungi:Mushrooms ,mould and yeast are all
fungi. They have several charteristics in
common.
 Monerans:they are microscop...
Natural sciences u2
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Natural sciences u2

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  • 1.  All living things can be clasified according to their characteristics.
  • 2.  Animal,plant,monera,fungi and protista.
  • 3.  1. the 5 groups are: mammals,fish,birds,reptiles and amphibians.  2. vertebrates are multicellular animals that have a spinal columm.
  • 4.  Respiration: they breath with lungs.  Extremities: they have 4 legs and a tail but aquatic animals such as whales or dolphins have fins and a tail for swimming.  Reproduction: almost all mammals are viviparous.  Bodies: skin and hair covers mammals. In some animals the hair is thick an is called fur.
  • 5.  Bodies: they have hard scales but some have a hard shell.  Reproduction: they are oviparous.  Respiration: they have lungs.  Extremities: they have 4 legs but snakes are reptiles that dont have legs.
  • 6.  Respiration: they have gills.  Bodies: their body is covered with scales.  Extremities: they have fins and tails.  Reproduction: they are oviparous.
  • 7.  Respiration: they have lungs.  Bodies: they have aerodynamic bodies that make it easier to fly.  Extremities: birds have 2 legs and 2 wings.  Reproduction :they are oviparous.
  • 8.  Bodies: they have smooth and thin skin.  Respiration: 1.When they are young,they have gills. 2.When they are adults,they have lungs  Extremities: they have 4 legs and a tail.  Reproduction : they are oviparous.
  • 9.  Molluscs : they have soft bodies,a hard shell, gills and they lay eggs.  Coelenterates: they have soft bodies, and some tentacles; they absorb oxygen through their skin, they reproduce by growing a bud or a small part.  Porifera:soft bodie with pores,they eat with the pores.
  • 10.  Echinoderms: bodies covered with sharp spikes and some have arms or tentacles ,absorb water with gills and others through skin they are oviparous.  Arthropods: they have an exoskeleton. Some have lungs and others gills, they are oviparous.  Annelids: soft bodie,some absorb water through their skin and others with gills they reproduce like porifera and others are oviparous.
  • 11.  We clasify them into seed plant and non- seed plant.  Angiosperms and gymnosperms are seed plants.  Ferns and mosses are non-seed plants.
  • 12.  Fungi:Mushrooms ,mould and yeast are all fungi. They have several charteristics in common.  Monerans:they are microscopic, but not all have the same characteristics.  Protista:algae and protozoa belong to this kingdom. There is a wide variety of protists.Each type has specific characteristics.