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Birds & Mammals

Science, Grade 2

 
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What are birds? Birds are animals with backbones. Birds are covered with feathers and have wings. Birds use their feathers and wings to help them fly. Some birds can even swim like a penguin. What are mammals? Mammals are animals with backbones. Mammals are the only animals that have hair. Mammals are warm-blooded; this means their body temperature stays the same even if it is very cold or very hot outside. How do birds get food? Birds and their young Mammals and Their Babies What do mammals eat? What is migration? Birds use their excellent eyesight to find food. They use their beak and claws to catch bugs and worms. Many birds eat seeds, fruit, insects and worms. Birds lay eggs. Their young hatch from the eggs. Many birds fly to a warmer place for the winter and return in the spring when the weather warms up this is called migration. Most mammal babies grow inside their mother. Most mammals give birth to live young. Young mammals get milk from their mother. Some mammals eat only plants. Some mammals eat other animals. Some mammals eat plants and animals. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 94-4206 www.newpathlearning.com Birds & Mammals beak eye backbone wing feather feet claws
What are birds? Birds are animals with . Birds are covered with and have wings. Birds use their feathers and wings to help them . Some birds can even like a penguin. What are mammals? Mammals are animals with . Mammals are the only animals that have . Mammals are ; this means their body temperature stays the same even if it is very cold or very hot outside. How do birds get food? Birds and their young Mammals and Their Babies What do mammals eat? What is migration? Birds use their excellent to find food. They use their and their to catch bugs and worms. Many birds eat , , and . Birds lay . Their young hatch from the eggs. Many birds fly to a warmer place for the winter and return in the spring when the weather warms up this is called . Most mammals’ grow inside their mother. Most mammals give birth to Young mammals get from their mother. Some mammals eat only . Some mammals eat other . Some mammals eat and . Key Vocabulary Terms backbone feather beak mammal birds migration claws warm-blooded eggs wing © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 94-4206 www.newpathlearning.com Birds & Mammals \|xiBAHBDy01693pzY
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