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 Amphios = on both sides, double; bios 
= life, Amphibians means “two-lives” 
 The larval part of the life of amphibians...
Fire Salamander
Great Crested Newt
Red Eyed Tree Frog
Blue Dart Frog
Yellow-Banded Poison Arrow 
Frog
Fire Bellied Toads
Eggs 
Tadpoles 
Metamorp 
h 
Frog
Repere means to creep. 
There bodies are covered 
with dry cornified scales. 
They are like amphibians , 
they can both...
Cuban Crocodile
Philippine Golden Crocodile
King Cobra
Western Diamondback 
Rattlesnake
Desert Iguana
Tuatara
Mamma means breast. Breasts 
that are well developed in 
female secrete milk and it used 
for feeding young. 
Their bodi...
Monotremata 
Their bodies covered with 
thick furs. 
They have breasts that lack 
nipples, but secrete milk. 
These mam...
Duck-Billed Platypus
Spiny Anteater
Marsupials 
They are described as pouched 
mammals. 
The marsupium contains the 
nipples that secrete milk.
Grey Kangaroo
Opossum
Koala
Placental Mammals 
Pertains to a part in the womb 
where the young is nourished as it 
undergoes development until birth....
Rodentia 
Gnawing mammals 
Presence of sharp, chisel-like 
teeth with the animal uses in 
gnawing food.
Rodentia Placental Mammal 
Rat
Rodentia Placental Mammal 
Squirre 
l
Rodentia Placental Mammal 
Beaver
Rodentia Placental Mammal 
Porcupi 
ne
Rodentia Placental Mammal 
Guinea 
Pig
Insectivora 
The presence of a long 
snnout, which the animal uses 
in devouring insects.
Insectivora Placental Mammal 
Mole
Insectivora Placental Mammal 
Elephan 
t Shrew
Insectivora Placental Mammal 
Hedgeho 
g
Lagomorpha 
Presence of chisel-like incissor 
and hind legs modified for 
jumping
Insectivora Placental Mammal 
Rabbit
Perissodactyla 
Presence of odd-toed hoofs. 
The animals are chiefly 
hervivorous.
Perissoddactyla Placental 
Mammal 
Horse
Perissoddactyla Placental 
Mammal 
Rhinocer 
os
Perissoddactyla Placental 
Mammal 
Tapir
Artiodactyla 
Presence of even-toed hoofs. 
The animals are chiefly 
carnivorous.
Artiodactyla Placental Mammal 
Deer
Artiodactyla Placental Mammal 
Pig
Artiodactyla Placental Mammal 
Goat
Proboscidae 
Presence of a long, muscular 
trunks and thick, loose skin. 
Their upper incisors are 
modified into an elo...
Proboscidae Placental Mammal 
Elephan 
t
Chiroptera 
Flying mammals 
Forelimbs are modified into 
wings
Chiroptera Placental Mammal 
Bat
Edentata 
Toothless mammals 
The body is covered with hard, 
bony plates.
Edentata Placental Mammal 
Armadillo
Chiroptera Placental Mammal 
Sloth
Cetacea 
Aquatic mammal 
Forelims are motified into fins, 
hind legs are lacking
Chiroptera Placental Mammal 
Whale
Chiroptera Placental Mammal 
Dolphin 
e
Carnivora 
Flesh eating mammals 
They have sharp and well 
developed canines for tearing 
flesh and strong jaws in 
brea...
Carnivora Placental Mammal
Carnivora Placental Mammal 
Dogs
Carnivora Placental Mammal 
Lions
Carnivora Placental Mammal 
Tigers
Carnivora Placental Mammal 
Bears
Primates 
Erect mammals 
Presence of opposable 
thumbs and eyes that face 
forward. 
The only animals that can 
stand e...
Primates Placental Mammal 
Gorilla
Primates Placental Mammal 
Chimpanze 
e
Primates Placental Mammal 
Oranguta 
n
Primates Placental Mammal 
Lemur
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Classes of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Mammals

  1. 1.  Amphios = on both sides, double; bios = life, Amphibians means “two-lives”  The larval part of the life of amphibians is spent in water, while the adult part is spent on land.  They usually have soft, moist skin that is protected by a slippery layer of mucus. Edited by:
  2. 2. Fire Salamander
  3. 3. Great Crested Newt
  4. 4. Red Eyed Tree Frog
  5. 5. Blue Dart Frog
  6. 6. Yellow-Banded Poison Arrow Frog
  7. 7. Fire Bellied Toads
  8. 8. Eggs Tadpoles Metamorp h Frog
  9. 9. Repere means to creep. There bodies are covered with dry cornified scales. They are like amphibians , they can both survive in land and water.
  10. 10. Cuban Crocodile
  11. 11. Philippine Golden Crocodile
  12. 12. King Cobra
  13. 13. Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
  14. 14. Desert Iguana
  15. 15. Tuatara
  16. 16. Mamma means breast. Breasts that are well developed in female secrete milk and it used for feeding young. Their bodies are covered with hair. All Mammals are vertebrate All mammals are endothermic.
  17. 17. Monotremata Their bodies covered with thick furs. They have breasts that lack nipples, but secrete milk. These mammals are oviparous.
  18. 18. Duck-Billed Platypus
  19. 19. Spiny Anteater
  20. 20. Marsupials They are described as pouched mammals. The marsupium contains the nipples that secrete milk.
  21. 21. Grey Kangaroo
  22. 22. Opossum
  23. 23. Koala
  24. 24. Placental Mammals Pertains to a part in the womb where the young is nourished as it undergoes development until birth. Largest and the most diverse forms of chordates.
  25. 25. Rodentia Gnawing mammals Presence of sharp, chisel-like teeth with the animal uses in gnawing food.
  26. 26. Rodentia Placental Mammal Rat
  27. 27. Rodentia Placental Mammal Squirre l
  28. 28. Rodentia Placental Mammal Beaver
  29. 29. Rodentia Placental Mammal Porcupi ne
  30. 30. Rodentia Placental Mammal Guinea Pig
  31. 31. Insectivora The presence of a long snnout, which the animal uses in devouring insects.
  32. 32. Insectivora Placental Mammal Mole
  33. 33. Insectivora Placental Mammal Elephan t Shrew
  34. 34. Insectivora Placental Mammal Hedgeho g
  35. 35. Lagomorpha Presence of chisel-like incissor and hind legs modified for jumping
  36. 36. Insectivora Placental Mammal Rabbit
  37. 37. Perissodactyla Presence of odd-toed hoofs. The animals are chiefly hervivorous.
  38. 38. Perissoddactyla Placental Mammal Horse
  39. 39. Perissoddactyla Placental Mammal Rhinocer os
  40. 40. Perissoddactyla Placental Mammal Tapir
  41. 41. Artiodactyla Presence of even-toed hoofs. The animals are chiefly carnivorous.
  42. 42. Artiodactyla Placental Mammal Deer
  43. 43. Artiodactyla Placental Mammal Pig
  44. 44. Artiodactyla Placental Mammal Goat
  45. 45. Proboscidae Presence of a long, muscular trunks and thick, loose skin. Their upper incisors are modified into an elongated tusk.
  46. 46. Proboscidae Placental Mammal Elephan t
  47. 47. Chiroptera Flying mammals Forelimbs are modified into wings
  48. 48. Chiroptera Placental Mammal Bat
  49. 49. Edentata Toothless mammals The body is covered with hard, bony plates.
  50. 50. Edentata Placental Mammal Armadillo
  51. 51. Chiroptera Placental Mammal Sloth
  52. 52. Cetacea Aquatic mammal Forelims are motified into fins, hind legs are lacking
  53. 53. Chiroptera Placental Mammal Whale
  54. 54. Chiroptera Placental Mammal Dolphin e
  55. 55. Carnivora Flesh eating mammals They have sharp and well developed canines for tearing flesh and strong jaws in breaking bones.
  56. 56. Carnivora Placental Mammal
  57. 57. Carnivora Placental Mammal Dogs
  58. 58. Carnivora Placental Mammal Lions
  59. 59. Carnivora Placental Mammal Tigers
  60. 60. Carnivora Placental Mammal Bears
  61. 61. Primates Erect mammals Presence of opposable thumbs and eyes that face forward. The only animals that can stand erectly using only their hind limbs.
  62. 62. Primates Placental Mammal Gorilla
  63. 63. Primates Placental Mammal Chimpanze e
  64. 64. Primates Placental Mammal Oranguta n
  65. 65. Primates Placental Mammal Lemur

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