Mammals and birds
What are Birds? Birds are warm-blooded animals that have: wings, feathers, a beak, no teeth, bones. Birds lay eggs. Their young hatch from those eggs. What Are Mammals? Mammals are animals that have hair. Mammals are the only animals with hair. Mammals are also warm-blooded. This means their body temperature stays the same, even if it is very cold or hot outside.
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The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:
MN.1.4. Life Science
1.4.1. Structure and Function in Living Systems
220.127.116.11. The student will understand that living things are diverse with many different observable characteristics.
18.104.22.168.1. Describe and sort animals into groups in many ways, according to their physical characteristics and behaviors.
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