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Description

american toad
black rain frog
Endangered
Frogs
hibernation
Insects
poison dart frog
Poisonous
slow-moving water
Toads
wild

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE ARCTIC Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ARCTIC
ARCTIC FOX
ARCTIC HARE
ARCTIC WOLF
BERRIES
CARIBOU
CAVES
COLD
ENDANGERED
FEATHERS
FISH
FUR
GLOBAL WARMING
HABITAT
HIBERNATE
IGLOO
MOUNTAINS
OCEAN
PEAKS
POLAR BEAR
POLAR DESERT
SEA ICE
SEAL
SUB ZERO
SUMMER
TUNDRA
VALLEY
WALRUS
WHALE
WILD LIFE
WIND SWEPT
WINTER

Animals from the Amazon Rainforest Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

leaf cutter ant
poison dart frog
emerald tree boa
glass frog
toucan
macaw
river dolphin
anaconda
jaguar
sloth

Rainforest Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Rattle snake
Caterpillar
Monkey
Parrot
Gorilla
Anaconda
Spider
Trees
Sloth
Poison dart frog
Toucan
Animals
Jaguar
Rainforest
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Pollution and the Environment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

contamination of the earth pollution
excessive amount of noise or an unpleasant sound that causes ... noise pollution
rain that contains a high concentration of pollutants acid rain
an increase in the earth's average atmospheric temperature that causes changes in climate that may result from the greenhouse effect. global warming
caused by oil spills and factory waste water pollution
smoke and other pollutants combined with fog smog
harmful to humans and the environment hazardous
one that can be used again and again renewable resource
can only be used once nonrenewable resource
destroyed by CFCs ozone
another word for poisonous toxic
pollutants can affect the senses
Americans produce more _______________ than any other nation garbage

Vertebrates and Invertebrates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

vertebrates like us Humans
they produce milk for their young mammals
both vertebrates and invertebrates need to breath in this gas oxygen
The phylum that includes insects and crustaceans Arthropoda
These animals fly, and belong to the class Aves. Birds
Fish use these to extract oxygen from water. Gills
An animal that takes on the temperature of its surroundings. Coldblooded
These animals have no backbones. Invertebrates
Used by land animals to extract oxygen from the air. Lungs
An animal that has a backbone. Vertebrate
Insects possess this type of skeleton. Exoskeleton
Humans and other vertebrates possess this type of skeleton. Endoskeleton
Frogs, toads, and salamanders Amphibians
The skin of a fish is made of these. Scales
The skin of mammals is covered by__________. hair
Able to maintain a constant body temperature. Warmblooded
invertebrate with 8 legs spider
invertebrate with six legs insect
Body symmetry equal on both sides bilateral
Symmetry in which body radiates out from a central hub Radial

Frog Life Cycle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

leap
eyes
tail
flies
tongue
spots
lily pad
poisonous
land
pond
water
froglet
tadpoles
cycle
frog

animals Bingo Cards

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Description

dog
cat
bird
seal
zebra
Aardvark
Abyssinian
Adelie Penguin
Affenpinscher
Afghan Hound
African Bush Elephant
African Civet
African Clawed Frog
African Forest Elephant
African Palm Civet
African Penguin
African Tree Toad
African Wild Dog
Ainu Dog
Airedale Terrier
Akbash
Akita
Alaskan Malamute
Albatross
Aldabra Giant Tortoise
Alligator
Alpine Dachsbracke
American Bulldog
American Cocker Spaniel
American Coonhound
American Eskimo Dog
American Foxhound
American Pit Bull Terrier
American Water Spaniel
Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Angelfish
Ant
Anteater
Antelope
Appenzeller Dog
Arctic Fox
Arctic Hare
Arctic Wolf
Armadillo
Asian Elephant
Asian Giant Hornet
Asian Palm Civet
Asiatic Black Bear
Australian Cattle Dog
Australian Kelpie Dog
Australian Mist
Australian Shepherd
Australian Terrier
Avocet
Axolotl
Aye Aye
Baboon
Bactrian Camel
Badger
Balinese
Banded Palm Civet
Bandicoot
Barb
Barn Owl
Barnacle
Barracuda
Basenji Dog
Basking Shark
Basset Hound
Bat
Bavarian Mountain Hound
Beagle
Bear
Bearded Collie
Bearded Dragon
Beaver
Bedlington Terrier
Beetle
Bengal Tiger
Bernese Mountain Dog
Bichon Frise
Binturong
Bird
Birds Of Paradise
Birman
Bison
Black Bear
Black Rhinoceros
Black Russian Terrier
Black Widow Spider
Bloodhound
Blue Lacy Dog
Blue Whale
Bluetick Coonhound
Bobcat
Bolognese Dog
Bombay
Bongo
Bonobo
Booby
Border Collie
Border Terrier
Bornean Orang-utan
Borneo Elephant
Boston Terrier
Bottle Nosed Dolphin
Boxer Dog
Boykin Spaniel
Brazilian Terrier
Brown Bear
Budgerigar
Buffalo
Bull Mastiff
Bull Shark
Bull Terrier
Bulldog
Bullfrog
Bumble Bee
Burmese
Burrowing Frog
Butterfly
Butterfly Fish
Caiman
Caiman Lizard
Cairn Terrier
Camel
Canaan Dog
Capybara
Caracal
Carolina Dog
Cassowary
Cat
Caterpillar
Catfish
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Centipede
Cesky Fousek
Chameleon
Chamois
Cheetah
Chesapeake Bay Retriever
Chicken
Chihuahua
Chimpanzee
Chinchilla
Chinese Crested Dog
Chinook
Chinstrap Penguin
Chipmunk
Chow Chow
Cichlid
Clouded Leopard
Clown Fish
Clumber Spaniel
Coati
Cockroach
Collared Peccary
Collie
Common Buzzard
Common Frog
Common Loon
Common Toad
Coral
Cottontop Tamarin
Cougar
Cow
Coyote
Crab
Crab-Eating Macaque
Crane
Crested Penguin
Crocodile
Cross River Gorilla
Curly Coated Retriever
Cuscus
Cuttlefish
Dachshund
Dalmatian
Darwin's Frog
Deer
Desert Tortoise
Deutsche Bracke
Dhole
Dingo
Discus
Doberman Pinscher
Dodo
Dog
Dogo Argentino
Dogue De Bordeaux
Dolphin
Donkey
Dormouse
Dragonfly
Drever
Duck
Dugong
Dunker
Dusky Dolphin
Dwarf Crocodile

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Silence of the Frogs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Frogs live in places that have this water
Frogs are disappearing rapidly - mainly because of these individuals humans
Frogs begin as eggs and grow into these tadpoles
Frogs belong to two very different ____ chains food
Food chains always start with these plants
As a tadpole, frogs are plant eaters - also called this herbivores
Adult frogs are meat eaters - also called this carnivores
The main diet of an adult frog is small fish and insects
If frogs were completely wiped out, insect populations would increase
The most important cause for the decline in frog populations is a loss of this habitat
Frogs need clean water to lay their eggs
Adult frogs need a forest or a field to catch food
This human activity has taken away a habitat from the frogs farming
One main cause for the decline in frog populations is pollution
Frogs absorb this through their skin oxygen
Human activities that contribute to this also harm the frog population global warming
If the climate becomes this, frogs will lose some of their wetland habitat dry

Animal Classification Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This animal classification lives in the water and lays eggs. Fish
This animal classification has live birth. Mammals
This animal classification has eggs but can fly. Bird
This type of animal classification can live on land and water. Amphibians
This types of animal classification lays eggs and has scales. Reptile
This animal lives in the water but is a mammal. Dolphin
An animal that is a vertebrate has this. Backbone
This type of animal classification does not have a backbone. Invertebrate
This is the largest group of invertebrates. Insects
This is another name for the reptile frog. Toad
Elephants, dogs, cats, and dolphins all have _______ birth. Live
Female mammals can give this to their babies. Milk
This is another type of invertebrates. Arthropods
This animal is an invertebrate and has 8 tentacles. Octopus
All mammals have this on their bodies. (Hint: You have it too!) Hair
Mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles are all this type of classification. Vertebrates

Amphibians Frog Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name given to the eggs that a frog lays? Frog Spawn
What is the scientific name given to an animal that lives both on land and in water? Amphibian
What is the life cycle called that a frog goes through when it emerges from the egg? Metamorphosis
Where are frogs eggs laid? Shallow ponds
What is the second life stage of the frog? Tadpole
What is the name given to all frogs that are aproximatly 1cm long? Froglets
What do newly hatched frogs normally eat? Algae
What season do frogs normally spawn in? Spring
What limb does a frog loose when it reaches adulthood? Tail
What is the main diet of an adult frog? Insects
What organ do frogs use to catch their food? Toungue
What is the main cause for the deaths of Frogs every year? Pesticides