The turtle I found in my backyard has a shell which is the exoskeleton. Turtles do infact have both an endoskeleton and an exoskeleton, but the shell itself is an exoskeleton, a hard rigid outer covering.

This parrot clearly displays bilateral symmetry all the way down it’s body from it’s head to it’s tail. I added this picture to go along with the other picture of bilateral symmetry so you could see how the body is perfectly symmetrical all the way down, not just it’s head.
Kitty Cat
This is a picture of bilateral symmetry because the Kitty’s face is perfectly symmetrical from the right half to the left half. The kitty’s body is also symmetrical this way, but you can not see it in the picture because he is too busy posing!
This picture isn’t for the fish, but the swamp water behind the fish. The water is still and hott which is the perfect enviroment for amoebas. Amoebas are unicellular organisma which means that they have only one cell and they are nearly impossible to see with the naked eye.
A banana is a perfect example of an enzyme because it contains proteins that can be absorbed in the body that speed up or slow down chemical reactions


A spider has a segmented body. A segmented body is one that is divided into segments or parts. The body is split up into two parts: the cephalothorax and the abdomen.