Vertebrates - Animals with Backbones
Ohio Learning Education Standards. Scientists classify animals into two categories depending on if the animal has a backbone or not. As you know, invertebrates are animals that do NOT have a backbone and vertebrates are animals that DO have a backbone. Vertebrates are divided by scientists into five classes: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Read More...
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Ohio Learning Standards
LIFE SCIENCE (LS)
Topic: Earth’s Living History - This topic focuses on using fossil evidence and living organisms to observe that suitable habitats depend upon a combination of biotic and abiotic factors.
4.LS.2: Fossils can be compared to one another and to present-day organisms according to their similarities and differences.
The concept of biodiversity is expanded to include different classification schemes based upon shared internal and external characteristics of organisms.
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