What Type Of Animal Is That? Game 4

Below are photographs of various types of animals including mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, arachnids, insects, and crustaceans that can be found in Arches National Park. Can you tell which is which? Let's try.

Below are 8 rows of photographs of animals.
Click on the row of animals that are AMPHIBIANS to advance in this activity.

*HINTS:

  • Amphibians have backbones
  • The internal temperature of their bodies varies, depending on the environment
  • Amphibians spend time in the water and on the land
  • Their larvae mature in water and breathe through gills
  • Adults breathe air through lungs and skin and their skin must remain moist to aid in breathing
  • The skin of amphibians is usually smooth and does not have hair, scales or feathers
  • They do not have claws on their toes
  • They have three-chambered hearts

What types of animals are these?
Collared Lizard; Gophersnake

NPS PHOTOS

What types of animals are these?
Tiger Swallowtail; Ten-Lined Giant Chafer Beetle (June Bug); Widow Skimmer Dragonfly
What types of animals are these?
Bighorn Sheep; Coyote; Townsend's Big-Eared Bat; Park Ranger
What types of animals are these?
Scrub Jay; Bald Eagle; Raven
What types of animals are these?
Black Widow Spider; Giant Hairy Scorpion
What types of animals are these?
Fairy Shrimp; Tadpole Shrimp; Clam Shrimp

PHOTOS BY DR. TIM GRAHAM, U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

What types of animals are these?
Colorado Pikeminnow; Razorback Sucker

PHOTO of Colorado Pikeminnow COURTESY OF COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY;
Illustration of Razorback Sucker by Gloria Brown

What types of animals are these?
Northern Leopard Frog; Tiger Salamander; Red-spotted Toad

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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