A Project Guide to Fish & Amphibians

A Project Guide to Fish & Amphibians

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Believe it or not, fish and amphibians have a lot in common with humans. All have backbones, and like humans, some fish and amphibians produce live young. With these fun and easy science experiments, you can explore many more similarities and differences between fish, amphibians, and you. What organs do we share, and which ones are different? Do we have the same type of vision? How about the sense of touch? Find out these answers and more, including how fish move through water and what keeps them from sinking. You can also help make life easier for some of these creatures by exploring their ecosystems and making a home for sensitive species. Grab your science notebook and get ready to explore these fabulous creatures.Select and label at least ten external body parts (ear, hand, teeth, etc.) and at least ten internal body parts (stomach, lungs, specific bone, etc.). ... Frog Guts Like frogs and toads, amphibious salamandersgo through several stages during. 35.

Title:A Project Guide to Fish & Amphibians
Author: Carol Smalley
Publisher:Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc. - 2010-12-23

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