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Use these online biology videos to study Urochordates, Craniata and Fish. Use the video subtitles to improve Reading and Literacy skills ... simultaneously!

Use these Biology and Animal Kingdom videos entitled Urochordates, Craniata and Fish to study the primitive chordates and the subphylums Urochordata and Cephalochordata, and discover the three classes of fish: jawless fish, cartilaginous fish, and bony fish.

Learn about the biological characteristics of tunicates, hagfish, sharks, stingrays, piranhas, scorpion fish, and others. Use these 2 online educational video title to learn about and discuss the primitive chordates and those that have remained confined to aquatic environments. This section includes presentations on tunicates, lamprey, hagfish, sharks, rays, coelacanth, lungfish, ray-finned fish, sturgeon, paddlefish, gar, and bowfin, with extensive coverage of the modern bony fishes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an introduction to the subphylums Urochordata and Cephalochordata, and explore the three classes of fish: jawless fish, cartilaginous fish, and bony fish.
  • Survey tunicates, lancelets, lampreys, sharks, stingrays, trout, salmon, pike, muskellunge, electric eels, piranhas, goldfish, catfish, sea horses, large mouth bass, and barracudas.
  • Cite the scientific names of different orders of fish; identify fish species belonging to those orders; describe the habitats of selected protochordates and fish species; and discuss the diet and physical characteristics of selected species of fish.
  • Examine the unusual adaptations of the lobe-finned fish Access a text supplement that provides concise, encyclopedic information on selected species of fish identified in the presentation.
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