Vertebrate animals
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1 - Read and choose the correct option.
in water
on land
Reptiles spend most of their time...
Amphibians spend most of their time...
Fish live
2 - Look at the photos. What do you observe between baby and adult reptiles?
Write similarities and differences.
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3 - Look at the photos. What do you observe between baby and adult amphibians?
Write similarities and differences.
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4 - Watch this interesting video about frogs. Then, answer the questions.
Baby frogs go under a complete transformation of their body and grow into adults. This process is called...
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Put the different metamorphosis stages in the correct order.
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
Froglets lose their tail, become adults and leave water.
Frogs lay eggs in water.
Tadpoles develop back and front legs.
Eggs hatch and tadpoles are born.
5 - Look at this fish and observe its physical characteristics. Can you name the different parts?
1
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2
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3
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4
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6 - Watch this video about reptiles. Then, read and answer the questions.
TRUE OR FALSE?
TRUE
FALSE
Reptiles haven't got spine.
Some reptiles are aquatic and others are terrestrial.
They are warm-blooded.
They breathe with lungs.
They are born from eggs.
Their body is covered by scales.
Iguanas are carnivores.
Most snakes have venom and are dangerous.
7 - Watch this video about amphibians. Then, read and answer the questions.
Amphibians have got spine, they are ...
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Baby amphibians live ...
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Amphibians can't mantain their temperature. They are ...
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Baby amphibians breathe with their...
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Adult amphibians breathe with their..
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According to their reproduction they are...
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Their body is covered by...
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Most amphibians eat insects or small animals, so they are...
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8 - Watch this video about fish. Then, read and answer the questions.
Some fish keep the eggs in their mouth ...
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When fish breathe, water enters through their...
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The shark whale is a ...
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