Vertebrate Animals Quiz

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¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados es un mamífero acuático?

Ornitorrinco

¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados es un reptil ovíparo?

Tortuga

¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados es un ave migratoria?

Colibrí

¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados tiene la capacidad de vivir tanto en el agua como en la tierra?

Anfibios

¿Cuál es el animal vertebrado que nace vivíparo de la madre y tiene glándulas mamarias que dan leche?

Mamíferos

¿Cuál es el ave que puede alcanzar los 300 kilómetros por hora al volar?

Águila

¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados tiene escamas duras y cortas patas, y algunos pueden vivir más de 100 años?

Reptiles

¿Cuál es el único vertebrado que al nacer tiene cola y vive en el agua?

Anfibios

¿Cuál de los siguientes animales vertebrados es acuático, nace de huevos y tiene aletas para nadar?

Peces

¿Cuál es el mamífero más grande, que puede medir hasta 30 metros?

Ballena azul

¿Cuál de las siguientes características pertenece a las aves?

Son ovíparas

¿Cuál de las siguientes características pertenece a los peces?

Tienen aletas para nadar

Study Notes

  1. Mamíferos: Animales vivíparos que nacen con pulmones desarrollados y maduros. Caracterizados por glándulas mamarias, pelo y sangre caliente. El mamífero más grande es la ballena azul, que puede medir hasta 30 metros.

[Imagen: Ballena azul con el número 1]

  1. Aves: Animales que nacen de huevos, poseen bipedismo y algunos de ellos pueden volar. Su esqueleto es ligero y hueco y respiran a través de pulmones, al igual que tienen sangre caliente. El ave más pesada es el avestruz y el que vuela más rápido es la águila, que alcanza hasta 300 kilómetros por hora.

[Imagen: Águila volando con el número 2]

  1. Peces: Animales acuáticos que nacen de huevos y nadan mediante aletas. Su cuerpo está cubierto de escamas y respiran a través de branquias, teniendo sangre fría. Algunos peces como el salmón migran de aguas saladas a aguas dulces.

[Imagen: Salmón nadando con el número 3]

  1. Anfibios: Animales que nacen de huevos, cuyas crías nacen en el agua y respiran a través de branquias. Una vez crecidos, pueden vivir tanto en el agua como en el terreno y respiran por pulmones y piel. Anfibios son los únicos vertebrados que al nacer tienen cola y viven en ambientes acuáticos.

[Imagen: Rana sentada en el suelo con el número 4]

  1. Reptiles: Animales que nacen de huevos, tienen escamas duras y cortas patas, y algunos tienen caparazón, como las tortugas. Son de sangre fría, respiran a través de pulmones y suelen vivir en sitios cálidos. Algunos reptiles pueden vivir más de 100 años.

[Imagen: Tortuga sentada con el número 5]

What are the five main types of vertebrates? (1)

  1. Mammals: They are born live from their mothers and have mammary glands, warm-blooded, and almost all have fur. The largest mammal is the blue whale, which can measure up to 30 meters long.

[Image: Blue whale]

  1. Birds: They hatch from eggs, have two legs, and some can fly. Their skeleton is light and hollow, and they have warm blood and lungs for breathing. The heaviest bird is the ostrich, and the fastest-flying bird is the eagle, which can reach speeds of 300 kilometers per hour.

[Image: Eagle in flight]

  1. Fish: They are aquatic animals that hatch from eggs, and they swim using fins. Their bodies are covered in scales, and they breathe through gills and have cold blood. Some fish, like the salmon, migrate from saltwater to freshwater.

[Image: Salmon swimming]

  1. Amphibians: They hatch from eggs, and their tadpoles live in water, breathing through gills. As they grow, they can live both in the water and on land, using lungs and their skin to breathe. Amphibians are the only vertebrates that are born with a tail and live in water.

[Image: Frog]

  1. Reptiles: They hatch from eggs, have hard, scaly skin, and short limbs. Some reptiles have a shell, like turtles. They have cold blood and breathe through lungs, and they often live in warm environments. Some reptiles can live over 100 years.

[Image: Turtle]

Which are the five main types of vertebrates? (1)

  1. Mammals: They are born alive, have mammary glands, and are warm-blooded animals with fur or hair. The largest mammal is the blue whale, measuring up to 30 meters long.

[Image: Blue whale]

  1. Birds: These are the animals that hatch from eggs, have two legs, and some can fly. Their skeleton is light and hollow, they have a warm body temperature, and they respire through lungs. The heaviest bird is the ostrich, and the fastest-flying bird is the eagle, which can reach speeds of 300 kilometers per hour.

[Image: Eagle in flight]

  1. Fish: These are the aquatic animals that hatch from eggs, have fins for swimming, have a body covered in scales, breathe through gills, and have cold blood. Some fish, like the salmon, migrate between saltwater and freshwater.

[Image: Salmon swimming]

  1. Amphibians: These are the animals that hatch from eggs, have a tail and gills at birth, and can live both in water and on land. They have lungs and moist skin to breathe, and they are the only vertebrates that start their lives in water.

[Image: Frog]

  1. Reptiles: These are the animals that hatch from eggs, have a hard shell and scales, and have short limbs. Some reptiles have a shell, like turtles. They have a cold blood temperature and breathe through lungs. Some reptiles can live over 100 years.

[Image: Turtle]

What are the five main types of vertebrates? (1)

  1. Mammals: Mammals are the animals that are born alive, have mammary glands, and are warm-blooded. They have fur or hair and are the largest group of vertebrates. The largest mammal is the blue whale, which can grow up to 30 meters long.

[Image: Blue whale]

  1. Birds: Birds are the animals that hatch from eggs, have a bipedal stance, and have the ability to fly. They have a light and hollow skeleton, are warm-blooded, and have a heart with two chambers. The heaviest bird is the ostrich, and the fastest-flying bird is the peregrine falcon, which can reach speeds of over 320 kilometers per hour.

[Image: Peregrine falcon in flight]

  1. Fish: Fish are the animals that hatch from eggs and live in water. They have a streamlined body, are cold-blooded, and have gills for breathing. Some fish, like the salmon, migrate between freshwater and saltwater.

[Image: Salmon swimming upstream]

  1. Reptiles: Reptiles are the animals that hatch from eggs, have a hard shell, and have dry, scaly skin. They are cold-blooded and have lungs to breathe. Some reptiles, like the turtle, have a protective shell. The largest reptile is the green anaconda.

[Image: Green anaconda]

  1. Amphibians: Amphibians are the animals that hatch from eggs, have gills, and can live in both water and on land. They are the only vertebrates that have this ability. When they are born, they have gills and a tail, but as they grow, they develop lungs and lose their tails. The largest amphibian is the African bullfrog.

[Image: African bullfrog]

Which are the five main types of vertebrates?

  1. Mammals: Mammals are the animals that give birth to live young and have mammary glands. They are warm-blooded, have fur, and are the largest group of vertebrates. The blue whale is the largest mammal, which can grow up to 30 meters long.

[Image: Blue whale]

  1. Birds: Birds are the animals that hatch from eggs and have a beak and feathers. They have a light and hollow skeleton, are warm-blooded, and have a heart with two chambers. The ostrich is the heaviest bird, and the fastest-flying bird is the peregrine falcon, which can reach speeds of over 320 kilometers per hour.

[Image: Peregrine falcon in flight]

  1. Reptiles: Reptiles

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