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Fishes are aquatic group of vertebrates wich live in water and get oxygen with gills.There are many kinds of fish.They live in lakes,rivers and in salt water All fish are coverd with overlapping scales.They breathe through organs called gills. Fish swim mainly by sideways movements of the body and tail. They use their fins for balancing, steering, and braking. Most fish eat other, smaller fish. The smallest fish eat tiny water plants and animals called plankton. In this game you will find one domestic fish called Goldfish. In our home we keep them in aquarium.Goldfish can live up to 30 years however most of them will die earlier since the aquarium is to small for them.If you want to keep them at home be careful since they have sensitive digestive tract.

Reptiles are cold-blooded animals covers with hard dry scales.Coold-blooded means that they can' maintain a constant body temperature so they have to lay out in the sun to keep their body heat up.There are many types of reptiles.The main categories are snakes, crocodiles,turtles and lizards.The biggest reptile is crocodile. There are a few major differences that separate reptiles and amphibians. Amphibians go through a larval stage, like the tadpole which turns into a frog. Reptiles don't do this. Also, their skin is different where reptiles have scales for skin, but amphibians have moist, glandular skin. Every species of reptile eats a slightly different diet. Let's take a peek at some of the foods that each group of reptiles generally eats. Snakes eat:insects,rodents,birds,eggs... Lizards eat:fruits and vegetables insects,small animals like birds,mices..Turtles eat:flowers,insects...

Birds are a class of vertebrates.They are worm-blodded animals and they lay eggs Their bodies are coverd with feathers and they have wings.Feathers help them fly and maintain the body temperature.Most birds have hollow bones wich makes them lighter and easier to fly.There are more then 9000 bird speices.Most birds are carnivorous meaning that they eat flesh, at least some of the time. Many birds live on insects or on fish. Some eat small reptiles and mice. Birds of prey eat mammals and other birds Many birds such as parrots and finches live on seeds and fruit. Most of the birds can fly but there are some that can't like ostriches and penguins.Some of them ou will fin in this game

Molluscus are an important phylum of invertebrate animals.They live in shallow waters near the shore.Most of them have shells but some groups do not like octopods and slugs.They are the largest marine phylum, with about 85,000 living species, 23% of all named marine organisms Some of them feed on plants like slugs,others like mussels with smallest and most primitive forms of living things found in the sea

Felidae is a family of mammals in the order Carnivora, colloquially referred to as cats There are 41 living species, including the domestic cat.Felids tend to have lithe and flexible bodies with muscular limbs and retractable claws for holding prey, dental and cranial adaptations for a strong bite, and often have characteristic striped or spotted coat patterns for camouflage Cats are alo known as great predators.Their ears are very sensitive and allows them to locate small rodent prey.

Insects, are a class in the phylum Arthropoda. They are small terrestrial invertebrates which have a hard exoskeleton. Their skeletons are made out of thin, hard pieces or plates, like armour, made of chitin. All together, these pieces make a hard layer around the insect’s body. The exoskeleton protects the insect Insects are the largest group of animals on earth by far and they are cold-blodded wich means thaht they can't control their body temperature. Insects may be found in nearly all environments, although only a small number of species reside in the oceans Nearly all insects hatch from eggs.Some insects are pests but some of them are very beneficial for human and nature like honey-bees.Some of the zou will fin in this game

Rodents are mammals of the order Rodentia, which are characterized by a single pair of continuously growing incisors in each of the upper and lower jaws Most rodents are small. Examples of commonly known rodents are mice, rats, chipmunks, and squirrels but there are biger ones like porcupines and beavers. Rabbits, hares, and pikas, whose incisors also grow continually, were once included with them, but are now considered to be in a separate order, the Lagomorpha Rodents typically have squat bodies and short limbs.They generally have well-developed senses of smell, hearing, and vision Most rodents are herbivorous, feeding exclusively on plant material such as seeds, stems, leaves, flowers, and roots. Some are omnivorous and a few are predators Rat for example can eat meat.Rodents can live in almost every continent except Antartica. They have also thrived in human-created environments such as agricultural and urban areas

Domestic animals-The domestication of animals is the mutual relationship between animals and the humans who have influence on their care and reproduction Domestic species are raised for food, work, clothing, medicine, and many other uses. Domesticated animals must be raised and cared for by humans. Domesticated species are not wild. Goats were probably the first animals to be domesticated, followed closely by sheep Later, people began domesticating larger animals, such as donkeys and horses, for plowing and transportation Some dogs were domesticated to assist people in hunting, for instance. There are hundreds of domestic dog species today. Many of them are still excellent hunters, but most are pets.

Dinosaurs are a diverse group of reptiles of the clade Dinosauria. The name dinosaur means 'frighteningly big lizard' They first appeared about 200 milion years ago.Some were herbivorous, others carnivorous. Evidence suggests that all dinosaurs were egg-laying; and that nest-building was a trait shared by many dinosaurs The bigest dinosaur was Dreadnoughts.He was 26m long and 12m tall.You will recognise him in the game he has a very lon neck.You can find more intereting facts about dinosaurus HERE