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How can we group animals?
  
running with the seagullsby eschipul on Flickr

Bird is the only kind of animal that has feathers. Most birds use their wings to fly.  
Birds have babies by laying eggs. They find food to feed their babies.

Seagulls are birds that live near the sea and eat just about anything from small fish to french fries.
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Croc Orgy 3by hekkeller on Flickr

Reptiles have dry, scaly skin. 

Crocodiles are the world's largest reptiles. 
  • They live in water and on land and prefer a warm climate. 
  • Crocodiles feed mainly on insects, frogs, lizards, and turtles. 
  • Mother crocodiles make nests near the water to lay their eggs in. 
  • When the babies hatch they call their mother by squawking. 
  • The mother digs them out of the nest and carries them in her mouth to the water.  
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Do Not Eat (or lick)by AlphaTangoBravo / Adam Baker on Flickr

Amphibian means two-lives.  
  • Amphibians spend their lives in the water and on land. 
  • They have smooth, wet skin.  
  • Amphibians hatch from eggs that are laid in the water.  
  • All amphibians begin their life in water with gills and tails. 
  • As they grow, they develop lungs and legs for their life on land. 
  • Frogs eat insects, snails, spiders and worms. They don't have teeth so they swallow their food whole. 
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Doctor, Doctor...by laszlo-photo on Flickr

Most fish are covered with scales.  
  • They only live in water and use gills to breathe. 
  • Different types of fish eat different food, some eat smaller fish and some eat the plants that grow in the water.
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