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Families: Classification of Plants and Animals

Families: Classification of Plants and Animals What do centipedes and crabs have in common? What's so special about a backbone? Check this site out if you are interested in biology and classification. Links supply related information about each topic. Be sure to click on "Monarchs and
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Families: Classification of Plants and Animals


What do centipedes and crabs have in common? What's so special about a backbone? Check this site out if you are interested in biology and classification. Links supply related information about each topic. Be sure to click on "Monarchs and Migration" for pictures and activities on the butterfly and "Worms" for songs about worms!

Franklin Institute

• Learning Exercises • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

John Jones

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