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Cartilaginous Fish (Sharks, Rays, and Skates) - Taxonomy Tales
Fish in the class Chondrichthyes have long caught the attention of kids and adults alike. From magnificent sharks to elegant manta rays, these cartilaginous cuties are so fun to study!
Allie Wilson, MAT
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Taxonomy Tales is a new series covering major categories of life on earth--from mollusks to cetaceans to marsupials, we will learn them all! This class discusses the class Chondrichthyes (con-drick-thees), which includes fish with cartilage instead of bones like sharks, skates, and rays. The class Chondrichthyes contains the following major groups: 1) Sharks 2) Skates 3) Stingrays and manta rays 4) Chimaeras We will also discuss some specific species like carpet sharks (whale sharks),...
Students will be able to describe the class Chondrichthyes and the main groups of animals it includes. They will be able to compare and contrast these different animals, sharing what they have in common even though they are so unique! Along the way, students will gain a deeper appreciation for taxonomy as a study and the diversity in the animal kingdom.
I have my BS in Biology (focus on wildlife ecology) and a Master's degree in Science Education. Before teaching, I worked directly with animals in sanctuaries, aquariums, and science museums. I have cared for and educated the public on a variety of animals from monkeys to exotic butterflies to anemones to poisonous frogs to baby seahorses.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Allie Wilson, MAT
Pink-haired science teacher. Former critter wrangler. Love teaching kids that #WeirdAnimalsMatter.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
279 total reviews
269 completed classes
Scroll down for class information, policies, and tuition assistance if you are unable to afford my classes. 🦎ABOUT ME🦑 Hi! I'm Allie. I'm a science teacher from Arkansas and I LOVE animals, zoology, and biology. I teach at Outschool because,...