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  7th Grade. Biology. Vertebrates & invertebrates

Guiding Questions

  • Do you know the most important characteristics of the different groups of vertebrates and invertebrates?

  • Can you give an example of each?

  • Identify the adaptations that both vertebrates and invertebrates have developed and relate them to their function in the ecosystem they inhabit.

  • What is biodiversity and why is it important?

  • How and why do we safeguard species on the planet?

  • Make a simple dichotomous key to classify vertebrates.

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Classifying living things

5 Ciencias Naturales

578 STI clae

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Snakes

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 FIR sna

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100 Facts about Spiders

5 Ciencias Naturales

595 BED spi

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Sea monsters

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 OSB sea

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You're called what?!

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 GRA you

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Biónica. Imitando a la Naturaleza

5 Ciencias Naturales

57 MAR bio

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Totally weird night animals

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 HUS nig

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Museo vivo de los insectos

5 Ciencias Naturales

592 LAS mus

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Who would win? : Komodo dragon vs. king cobra

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 PAL who

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True or false : Reptiles

5 Ciencias Naturales

59 BER tru

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What are Dichotomous Keys?

What are Dichotomous Keys?

Animal Adaptation

Spelman, L. (2012) National Geographic Animal Encyclopedia. Vía EPIC

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Biodiversity

Invertebrates

Porifera

Sponges...

Animal Diversity Web. University of Michigan. Museum of Zoology

World Porifera Database

Crash Course Video: Simple Animals: Sponges, Jellies, & Octopuses

 

Coelenterata

sea jellies, coral, sea anemone...

Smithsonian Ocean. Find your Blue.


Annelids

The adventures of Herman the Worm. University of Illinois (US)
Crash Course Video: Complex Animals: Annelids & Arthropods

 

Mollusk

octopuses, snails, clams...

Smithsonian Ocean. Find your Blue.

Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society

MolluscaBase


Echinoderms

sea urchins, sea stars...

Smithsonian Ocean. Find your Blue.

 

Arthropods

(insects, spiders, and lobsters)

Arthropods @ The San Diego Zoo (US)

AntWeb

Entomology

The study of Insects

 

Colección de EntomologíaUniversidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)

Aula Virtual de EntomologíaUCM
BugGuide (Iowa State Univ. Dept of Entomology)
Amateur Entomologist’ Society

Vertebrates

Ornithology

The study of Birds 


Atlas de las aves reproductoras de España

All about birds. The Cornell Lab. Cornell University (US)

Avibase - The World Bird Database

Xeno-canto. Sharing bird sounds from around the world

Sociedad Española de Ornitología-BirdLife

National Audubon Society (US)

Herpetology

The study of Amphibians and Reptiles 
 

Atlas y Libro Rojo de los anfibios y reptiles
AmphibiaWeb (Amphibian Survival Alliance)
The Reptile Database

HerpNET & Terrarium Quest.com
Herpetology at The Natural History Museum (UK)
Herpetology at The American Museum of Natural History

BioKids - Frogs, salamanders, and caecilians

Ichthyology

The study of Fish


Atlas y Libro Rojo de los peces continentales
Carta Piscícola Española

FishBase. Database

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Sea around us. Fisheries, Ecosystems and Biodiversity
Australian Museum

National Geographic Kids:“What Sam sees” fish videos
National Geographic Kids - Fish

 

Mammalogy

The study of Mammals


Atlas y Libro Rojo de mamíferos terrestres de España
Asociación Española para la Conservación y Estudio de los Mamiferos
Mammal Species of the World. Bucknell University (US)

National Geographic Kids: Mammals

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