Grouping of Animals
Minnesota Academic Education Standards. Animals can be classified, or grouped together, by the things they have in common, such as how they act, where they live, or how they look. Scientists separate animals into two main groups related to whether the animal has a backbone in its body or not. Those animals with backbones are part of the vertebrates group. Those animals without a central backbone are invertebrates. Read More...
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Minnesota Academic Standards
MN.3.4. Life Science
3.4.1. Structure and Function in Living Systems
184.108.40.206. The student will understand that living things are diverse with many different characteristics that enable them to grow, reproduce and survive.
220.127.116.11.2. Identify common groups of plants and animals using observable physical characteristics, structures and behaviors.
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