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Question 1
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GROUPS OF ANIMALS

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Question 1

Study the following pairs of animals.
Remember that the similarities and differences must be related to their group or structure and not where each animal lives or what it feeds on.
An example has been completed for you.

 

PAIRS OF ANIMALS

amphibian and reptile

bird and bat

killer whale and shark

snake and eel

millipede and centipede

octopus and jellyfish

slug and worm

duck and frog

penguin and seal

 

PAIR OF ANIMALS

SIMILARITY

DIFFERENCE

example

spider and insect

they are both arthropods

the spider has eight legs

the insect has six legs

amphibian and reptile

  

  

bird and bat

  

  

killer whale and shark

  

  

snake and eel

  

  

millipede and centipede

  

  

octopus and jellyfish

  

  

slug and worm

  

  

duck and frog

  

  

penguin and seal

  

  

 

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