• Mammals have hair or fur.
• They have lungs to breath.
• Babies are born alive.
• They drink milk from there
• Red Pandas typically only
grow to the size of a
• Red Pandas live in the
mountains of Nepal as well
as in central China
• The red panda is dwarfed by
the black-and-white giant
that shares its name.
• Have scales.
• Tough shells- leather like.
• Use lungs to breath.
• Some have claws.
• Don’t neeD to live in water.
• It is brown
• It is 10 in. long
• A Spider is smaller than it
• A Bear is bigger than it
• It is rope shaped
• The texture of its surface
• It moves on its back legs
• Have feathers
• Warm blooded
• Lay hard shelled eggs
• Skeletons are hollow
• Have lungs to breath
• Have bills [beaks]
• The green head and yellow bill of the mallard duck is a
familiar sight to many people living in the Northern
• The mallard is thought to be the most abundant and wide-
ranging duck on Earth.
• Mallards prefer calm, shallow sanctuaries, but can be found
in almost any body of freshwater across Asia, Europe, and
• They’re also found in saltwater and brackish water and are
commonly found in wetlands
• Live in water
• Have gills to breath
• Cold blooded
• Most lay eggs
• Have scales
• Have fins
• Move there tails back and
forth to swim
• Have three body parts
• Have an exoskeleton
• Lay eggs
• Have six legs
• Some have wings
• Ants are common insects, but they have some unique capabilities
• More than 10,000 known ant species occur around the world
• They are especially prevalent in tropical forests, where they may be up to half
of all the insects living in some locations
• Ants look much like termites, and the two are often confused—especially by
• However, ants have a narrow "waist" between the abdomen and thorax, which
termites do not. Ants also have large heads, elbowed antennae, and powerful
jaws. These insects belong to the order Hymenoptera, which includes wasps
• Babies live in water
• Lay jelly like eggs
• Moist on skin covered in mucus
• Cold blooded
• Have gills as babies and lungs as adults
• Can live on land and in water
Northern Leopard Frog
• Once the most abundant and widespread frog species in North America,
leopard frogs were widely collected not only for dissection but for the food
industry (frog legs) as well
• Northern leopard frogs are so named for the array of irregularly shaped dark
spots that adorn their backs and legs
• They are greenish-brown in color with a pearly white underside and light-
colored ridges on either side of their backs
• They are considered medium-size, reaching lengths of 3 to 5 inches (7.6 to
12.7 centimeters), nose to rump