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Classify the following based on the number of chambers in their heart.

Rohu, Scoliodon, Frog, Salamander, Flying lizard, King Cobra, Crocodile, Ostrich, Pigeon, Bat, Whale.


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Classification based on chambers present in the heart:

  1. The number of chambers in a vertebrate heart determines the classification of different animals.

Two chambered hearts:

  1. Rohu, scoliodon for example, has a two-chambered heart with one ventricle and one atrium.

Three chambered heart:

  1. Amphibians are animals that belong to the amphibia class.
  2. They may survive both on land and in water (aquatic).
  3. As a result, they breathe by gills, lungs, or skin.
  4. One ventricle and two auricles make up the amphibian heart.
  5. Reptiles and amphibians, for example, have three-chambered hearts, with one ventricle and two atria.
  6. Salamander, flying Lizard, and King Cobra has three-chambered heart.

Four chambered heart:

  1. Mammals and birds, for example, have four-chambered hearts, with two ventricles and two atria.
  2. Frog, crocodile, ostrich, pigeon, bat, and whale all have four chambers in their hearts.

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