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Describing Living Things

Examples:

Describing a dog:

A dog is a member of the Animal Kingdom, Cordate Phylum, Class Mammilia. Like all animals, dogs are eukaryotic, are multicellular, reproduce sexually, and are heterotophic. Also, like all cordates, dogs have a backbone and they have a dorsal nerve cord. Also, like all mammals, dogs have fur, produce milk, and regulate their body tempeatures. All dogs have four legs, a tail, are carnivores, and have a good sense of smell. This dog . . . .

Describing an fish

A fish is a member of the Animal Kingdom, Cordate Phylum, Class Pisces. Like all animals, fish are eukaryotic, are multicellular, reproduce sexually, and are heterotophic. Also, like all cordates, fish have a backbone and they have a dorsal nerve cord. Also, like all Pisces, fish have scales, fins, and gills. Fish do not regulate their body tempeatures. This fish. . . .

Describing an tree

A tree is a member of the Plant Kingdom, Angiosperm Division, Class . Like all plants, trees are eukaryotic, are multicellular, most trees reproduce sexually, and are autotophic. Also, like all Angiosperms, trees produce flowers and fruit. Also, like all woody perennials, trees have wood and live for more than one year. All trees have branches, leaves, bark, and roots. This tree . . . .