1.5 Fish are oviparous animals, they come from eggs. They are vertebrates and they live in water ( seas, oceans, rivers, lakes...) Fish eat plants, algae, insects
and other fish. Fish breathe trough gills and they also have a special air bag called a swim bladder to avoid sinking. • Fish have their bodies covered in shiny
scales. • The body of a fish has two parts: The head and the trunk. Their extremities are the fins and the tail that they use to swim.
2.3 Mammals are viviparous: they are born from their mother's womb. Baby mammals drink their mother's milk.When thet are
adults, they eat different things. They can be: herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. They have usually got four legs and their
body is covered by hair. They usually live on land but they can also be found in the sea ( dolphins, whales ) They breath with
their lungs. Aquatic mammals come to surface to breathe
3.3 Birds are vertebrates. They are oviparous animals. Their bodies are covered with feathers. Birds have got two wings, two
legs, and a beak. Birds can fly, but some of them like hen, can’t fly. Birds breathe through lungs. They eat seeds, fruits,
insects, worms and other animals like fish and frogs.
4.4 Reptiles are vertebrate animals. Reptiles are cold-blooded animals. They regulate their body temperature using
the sun's heat. Most of reptiles are oviparous. All reptiles breathe through lungs. Reptiles have their body
covered by scales. Reptiles live in all kind of habitats except polar ice and tundra.
5.2 Frogs, salamanders and toads are amphibians. Amphibians are cold- blooded animals. They
are born in water and then they live on land. First they breathe through gills like fish but when
they are adults they have lungs. They don't have any fur. Their skin is smooth and wet.