BC: Here is a monkey. They are the maost developed set of aniamls out there because they have opposeable thumbs. They also have the most complex circulatory system and brain.
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1: This is a sponge. They are filter feeders and live in the water. A sponge protecs itself by releasing toxins into the water. Our class saw a sponge in the aquarium.
2: This is a jelllyfish. When our clas was in the aquarium we found out that they live in the ocean and are carnivores. Jellyfish have stingers that they use for protection. They have two different life cycles also.
3: This is an Earthworm. You can pretty much find them in any dark spot under the ground. They have two openings one for waste to exit and one for food to enter. They eat the dirt and filter through it. A worm has camouflage for protection. I found one of these under the soil on our trip.
4: This is a clam. We found a lot of these on our class trip. We also learned that the have bilateral symnetry with two shells. They are filter feeders and protect themselves with their shells. Clams do live in the water.
5: Another animal we saw on our trip was a snail. Snaills are pretty close to clams. Snails only have one shell though. They do live in the water and also protect themselves with their shell. Snails have two openings one for waste and one for food to enter.
6: This is a crab. Crabs use their claws for protection and to grab their food. Crabs are carnivores which means they eat meat. Crabs do live in the water. They have a simple brain too. On our trip we did not see any crabs.
7: This is a spider and his name is steve. We saw him on our trip. Like crabs spiders are carnivores too. Some live on the water and some live on land. Some spiders release toxins for protection. Spiders have a simple brain too.l
8: Here is a starfish. Her name is Jess as they told us on our trip. Starfish must stay in the water so they don't dry out. They are filter feeders and if one of their arms gets cut off they can regrow it. Starfish don't have any brains.
9: Here is a shark our class saw on our trip. Sharks are carnivores and live in the water. Sharks have a well developed brain and sensory organs. They use their teeth for protection and to eat.
10: Here is a trout. Trout have bones and are called osteichthyes. They live in the water and breathe the oxygen in the water through gills like sharks do. They do have a well developed brain too. Trout are carnivores and herbivores which means they eat plants too.
11: This is a tree frog. We did see some of these on our trip. They live a double life. One as a tad pole and one as a frog. They have a simple brain and a pretty good circulatory system. As a tad pole they use gills to breathe and as a frog they use their simpe lungs.
12: This is a boa. He is a reptile and lives on land. He is a carnivore which means he eats other animals. He has a well developed brain and a good circulatory system. He does have a good set of lungs too.
13: Here is an eagle. Most birds can fly but not all can. They have really strong chest muscles so they can fly. Birds also have a well developed set of lungs.