Utah's Plants and Animals - Science Language
To change or adjust to a new environment
Mountainous area at high elevations.
An animal that can live on land and in water. They are cold-blooded, vertebrate animals that lay eggs and have gills.
Warm-blooded vertebrate animal with wings, feathers and egg layers.
Trees or shrubs that have cones and needles. They are also called evergreens.
A type of tree that sheds its leaves each year.
Biomes that are dry with scarce plant and animal life. There are cold and hot deserts.
Cold-blooded animals that live in water and have backbones, gills for breathing, and fins.
Biomes that include both deciduous and coniferous trees that cover land areas.
Large area of flat land that has a wide temperature range.
To spend the winter in a deep sleep.
Animals with six legs, three body parts that are invertebrates.
Animals without backbones
A warm-blooded vertebrate with hair/fur giving live births and breathe through lungs.
To move to another region because of climate. Birds migrate to warmer places in the winter.
A cold-blooded vertebrate with lungs and scales.
The biome around waterways.
Invertebrate animals with eight legs.
Animals with backbones