Sponge, Cnidarian, Echinoderm
Worms
Mollusks and Arthropods
Fish
Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds
Mammals
Classification Vocab
100

Asymmetrical filter feeders with no nervous system.

What are sponges?

100

What type of symmetry do all worms have?

Bilateral

100

This phylum of animals includes octopi, clams, and snails.

What are mollusks?

100

This type of fish includes sharks and rays.

What are cartilaginous fish?

100

These organisms are not able to reproduce without a body of water because their eggs do not have shells.

What are amphibians?

100

These organisms are the most highly developed of all of the animal groups. It makes sense because they spend the longest time caring for their young.

What are placental mammals?

100

This is a body plan in which body parts repeat around the center of the body in a circular pattern.

What is radial symmetry?

200

These are the simplest organism in the animal kingdom. 

What are sponges?

200

Earthworms are what type of worm?

segmented

200

These organisms have exoskeletons and open circulatory systems.

What are arthropods?

200

Large-mouth bass, clown fish, perch, and catfish are examples of this type of fish.

What are bony fish?

200

These two groups of organisms have amniotic eggs with shells.

What are reptiles and birds?

200

These organisms carry young in an external pouch after birth.

What are marsupials?

200

Animals without a backbone

invertebrate

300

These are the two types of animals with radial symmetry.

What are cnidarians and echinoderms?

300

tapeworms and planarians

What are flatworms?

300

One example of this phylum is the Atlantic Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus.

What are arthropods?

300

Many of these type of fish are parasites or detritivores.

What are jawless fish?

300

These two groups don't have to lay eggs in water?

What are reptiles and birds?

300

Wombats, koalas, and kangaroos are examples of this type of animal.

What are marsupials?

300

This word means that an animal has a backbone.

What is a vertebrate?

400

These organisms have tube feet that help them move and have radial symmetry.

What are echinoderms?

400

besides earthworms, what is another type of segmented worm?

leeches

400

These organisms are motile, and they use a foot for "walking" or siphon for water propulsion.

What are mollusks?

400
What are the 3 types of fish?

cartilage, bony, jawless

400

These organisms have gills when they are born, but they develop lungs as they grow.

What are amphibians?

400

These mammals have a cloaca, which is where they lay eggs (and do excretion and digestion).

What are monotremes?

400

What are the 3 types of symmetry?

bilateral, radial, asymmetry

500

What type of symmetry do echinoderms have?

radial

500

These two types of worms are the most simple of the 3

What are flatworms and roundworms?

500

These organisms are motile and they have jointed appendages to help with movement.

What are arthropods?

500

These two groups of fish have kidneys, gills, and closed circulatory systems.

What are cartilaginous fish and bony fish?

500

All of these organisms have feathers, but not all of them can fly.

What are birds?

500

Largest group of mammals, can move in many ways: swimming, crawling, walking, jumping, and flying.

What are placental mammals?

500

This is an organism that feeds on plant and animal remains and other dead matter.

What is a decomposer? 

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