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ANIMAL AND PLANTS CLASSIFICATION Word Search

ANIMAL AND PLANTS CLASSIFICATION Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

INVERTEBRATES
VERTEBRATES
ECHINODERMS
CRUSTACEANS
CNIDARIANS
ARTHROPODS
FLATWORMS
NEMATODES
MYRIAPODS
ARACHNIDS
AMPHIBIAN
ANNELIDS
MOLLUSCS
CONIFERS
REPTILES
BEETLES
INSECTS
MONOCOT
MAMMALS
SPORES
MOSSES
ALGAE
DICOT
FERNS
BIRDS
FISH

Animal Classification Word Search

Animal Classification Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

invertebrates
cold blooded
warm blooded
no backbone
vertebrates
jelly fish
arthropod
sea jelly
amphibian
backbone
spiders
insects
octopus
mollusk
reptile
snails
squids
mammal
crabs
clams
slugs
lungs
birth
trait
legs
gill
eggs
worm
bird
fish

Animal world Crossword

Animal world Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

animals without backbone
animals with backbone or spine
animals those live on land and in water
animals that give birth to babies
animals live in water and has gills to breathe
animals that have scaly skin and lay eggs
animals those have wings and lay eggs
animals which have skeleton inside their body
animals which have hard shell covering outside their body
animals which can change their body temperature as the temperature changes outside
animals which can not change their body temperature

Mixed Berry Smoothie Word Search

Mixed Berry Smoothie Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

characteristics
classification
environmental
discontinued
homo sapiens
invertebrate
echinoderms
arthropods
cnidarians
crustacean
roundworms
vertebrate
amphibian
aristotle
centipede
continued
flatworms
inherited
millipede
offspring
organisms
variation
annelids
arachnid
linnaeus
molluscs
reptile
species
sponges
insect
mammal
cells
bird
fish

Classification of Organisms Crossword

Classification of Organisms Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

all organisms in this domain are unicellular and prokaryotic
all organisms in this domain are unicellular and prokaryotic; they have a strong exterior cell wall and a cell membrane
variety of plants, animals, and other organisms
two-word naming system developed by Carolus Linnaeus
organisms with internal skeletons, include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals
taxonomic category below phylum (animals) or division (plant)
to group ideas, objects, or information based on similarities
broadest categories of organisms; based on cell type
all organisms in this domain have eukaryotic cells possessing membrane-bound organelles
the fifth-highest taxonomic category, below an order
a group of similar organisms
the fourth-highest taxonomic category, below a class
the taxonomic category below a class
smallest, most precise classification category

Vertebrates and Invertebrates Crossword

Vertebrates and Invertebrates Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

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

Amphibians and Reptiles Crossword

Amphibians and Reptiles Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Used to breathe underwater.
Not able to regulate body heat.
On the skin of a reptile.
An animal eaten by a larger one.
The largest type of common frog.
The smallest type of common frog.
When frogs hibernate.
A large, scaley reptile that is usually at the top of the food chain.
Where you will most likely see amphibians and reptiles.
A baby frog.
What happens when larvae develops legs and lungs.
A small reptile that can hide in its shell.
A small, scaley amphibian.
A long amphibian that can shed its skin.

animal parts Crossword

animal parts Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

animals feet
animals nails
most mammals are covered in
most fish are covered in
birds are covered in
underground home
area where an animal lives
a flat wide beak
a mammal which has a pouch
a marsupial whcih lays eggs
an animal that feeds its babies milk
a cold blooded animal
an eagles claws
a marine mammal
the largest marine mammal
an animal that has a backbone
an animal without a backbone
fish use these to breath
arms and legs
a warm blooded animal
horses feet
feathers on top of a birds head
long hair on an animals face or nose

Kingdom Animalia Word Search

Kingdom Animalia Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

platyhelminthes
metamorphosis
invertebrate
asymmetrical
heterotroph
monotremata
vertebrate
crustacean
amphibian]
placental
millipede
centipede
ectotherm
cnidarian
marsupial
endotherm
segmented
bilateral
arthropod
arachnid
kangaroo
porifera
molluska
annelida
nematoda
chordata
animalia
opossum
primate
species
insects
reptile
kingdom
medusa
family
phylum
sponge
mammal
ursus
polyp
genus
order
class
fish
bird

Invertebrate or Vertebrate Word Search

Invertebrate or Vertebrate Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

metamorphosis
exoskeleton
sand dollar
amphibians
arthropods
jellyfish
shellfish
tarantula
starfish
lobster
spiders
reptile
mammals
octopus
snails
insect
clams
snake
birds
worms
spiny
crab
fish
cat
dog