Rachel Ccy
Mind Map by Rachel Ccy, updated more than 1 year ago
Rachel Ccy
Created by Rachel Ccy over 6 years ago



Resource summary

  1. Fishes
      1. Body of the fish is covered in scales
        1. They have fins
          1. Breathe using gills
            1. External fertilization
          2. Reptiles
              1. Female lays soft-shelled eggs
                1. Body is covered in hard scales
                  1. Live on land
                    1. They breath using lungs
                      1. Internal fertilization
                    2. Amphibians
                        1. Skin is very thin and must always be kept wet
                          1. The do have lungs
                            1. Fertilization of the eggs is external
                              1. The eggs are covered with jelly to protect them
                                1. The larvae are aquatic
                                  1. Adult amphibians live on land
                                2. Birds
                                    1. Bodies covered with feathers
                                      1. Do not have teeth but use their beaks to eat their food
                                        1. Front limbs are adapted as wings
                                          1. Breathe using lungs
                                            1. Fertilization is internal and the females lay eggs
                                              1. Incubate their eggs until the eggs hatch
                                            2. Mammals
                                                1. Body covering of either hair or fur
                                                  1. Breathe using lungs
                                                    1. Fertilization is internal
                                                      1. Females feed their young with milk
                                                        1. Viviparous
                                                          1. Offspring are kept inside the female's body and feed through a placenta.
                                                          2. Largest mammal
                                                            1. Blue whale
                                                              1. 33,6 metres , 190 tonnes
                                                              2. Smallest mammal
                                                                1. bumble bee bat.
                                                                  1. 2 grammes and a wingspan of 16 cm
                                                              Show full summary Hide full summary


                                                              All Organisms - Variation
                                                              Barakat i
                                                              Avian and mammalian revision.
                                                              Kattie Stonemann
                                                              Birds and Reptiles
                                                              Shannan Muskopf
                                                              Avian & Mammalian revision, social intelligence
                                                              Kattie Stonemann
                                                              ornithology test 2
                                                              Abby Bickle
                                                              How to Draw: Birds (Lutz)
                                                              Sarah Egan
                                                              Reptiles and Amphibians Lab Exam
                                                              Megan Steblay
                                                              ANIMALS SM1
                                                              Jelena Stefanovic
                                                              Australian Animals
                                                              nancy stokes
                                                              Transport in mammals
                                                              Aarushi Pandit
                                                              Grade 6 Science
                                                              Miranda Lee