An animal that only eats meat.
A body part or behaviour that helps a living thing survive in its ecosystem.
A body part that helps a living thing fly.
A type of desert environment where there is only water under ground.
All living things have fur to keep them warm.
All living things like to live together with their own kind.
All living things grow as they get older.
All living things eat plants.
There is no difference, they mean the same thing.
Dead is when a living thing is dying, but after they completely die, they become non-living.
Dead is something that used to be alive, but non-living things have never been alive.
Dead is when an animal dies. Non-living is when a plant dies.
Apex predator (an animal that eats other animals and doesn't have any predators of its own)
A producer (a living thing that produces its own energy)
A primary consumer (an animal that eats plants)
A secondary consumer (an animal that eats other animals)
Plants give us shade
Plants absorb water so that there are no floods
We make baskets out of plants
Plants make oxygen through photosynthesis
A living thing that feeds on dead things
A living thing that eats only plants
A living thing that only eats animals
I living thing that feeds on fungi
Wetlands are where lots of fruit trees grow.
Wetlands help filter dirty water and is a good place for many living things to live in.
Wetlands have valuable metals that we can mine.
All of the above.
A type of microscope.
A type of bacteria.
A living thing that is too small for us to see.
A living thing that has a hard outer shell.
Moisturise your skin so that bacteria and viruses slip off you.
Vaccine shots "train" our body to fight bacteria and viruses.
Our stomach has acid that kills most bacteria and viruses.
We have slimy mucus in our nose and throat to trap bacteria and viruses.
Squids have one eye while fish have two eyes.
Squids don't have a bony skeleton while fish do.
Squids don't have fins while fish do.
Squids have lungs while fish have gills.
Mammals stand on four legs.
Mammals can communicate with each other using sounds.
Mammals lay eggs.
Mammals have fur/hair and produce milk.
Birds have scales.
Birds have feathers.
Birds lay eggs.
Birds can fly.
Amphibians always have to keep their skin wet while reptiles can have dry skin/scales.
Reptiles lay eggs but amphibians don't.
Amphibians eat plants while reptiles eat other animals.
Reptiles don't ever swim in water but amphibians always live in water.