1. A classification of cold-blooded, vertebrate animals
that usually have smooth skin and spend the first stages
of their life as aquatic animals with gills.
2. The characteristics of the native environment in which
an animal normally lives.
3. A species of animal that no longer exists.
4. An animal that is not found locally in the wild and
is usually brought in from a foreign location.
5. The ability of an animal to change its behavior and
characteristics in order to survive in its environment.
6. An animal that hunts or attacks another animal as a
7. The term used to describe animals that primarily eat
8. A classification of cold-blooded, vertebrate animals
that usually have scales and lay eggs; common members
include snakes, lizards, alligators, and turtles.
9. The term used to describe animals that primarily eat
10. The term used to describe animals that eat both plants
11. A classification of vertebrate animals that are warm-blooded,
feathered, and lay eggs.
12. An animal that is hunted by another animal as a food
13. The natural coloration and/or markings of an animal
that allow it to visually blend in with its surroundings,
helping it to avoid detection by predators or potential
14. A classification of warm-blooded, vertebrate animals
that have hair or fur and are usually live-bearers instead
of laying eggs.
15. The interaction of organisms with their immediate
environment or habitat that provides a functional, beneficial,
and self-sustaining co-existence.