General characteristics of different vertebrate class
The four characteristics of pieces are: i. They have stream lined body to reduce water resistance. ii. They breathe with the help of gills. iii. They have different types of fins for locomotion. iv. They reproduce sexually through external fertilization.
The three diagnostic features of amphibian animals are: a. They can survive both on land and in water. b. They have soft and moist skin. c. They use gills, skin and lungs for breathing.
The two characteristics of reptile are-
The two characteristics of aves are-
The two characteristics of mammals are:
a. Fish: Kingdom- Animal Phylum- Chordata Sub-phylum- Vertebrata Class- Pisces Type- Fish
b. Wall Lizard: Kingdom- Animal Phylum- Chordata Sub-phylum- Vertebrata Class- Reptilia Type- Wall Lizard
c. Cow Kingdom: Animal Phylum- Chordata Sub-phylum- Vertebrata Class- Mammalia Type- Cow
d. Whale Kingdom: Animal Phylum- Chordata Sub-phylum- Vertebrata Class- Mammalia Type- Whale
Phylum- Chordata (Class- Amphibia)
Phylum- Chordata Class- Reptilia
Wall lizards are not seen during cold because they are cold blooded animals and cannot maintain constant body temperature due to which their body is easily affected.
Wall lizards are cold-blooded animals. They cannot maintain constant body temperature. As their body temperature is easily affected by the external temperature, they are not seen during cold.
Animal having webbed toes and external fertilization is frog. Following are the characteristics of frog:-
Cow is kept in class mammalia because:
Which one of the following is not cold-blooded animal?
They breathe through their gills at their larval stage and through skin or lungs in their adult stage ______.