Amphibians: cold-blooded animals that include frogs, toads, and salamanders

Background: area in a work of art that appears in the distance

Brushstrokes: the markings made by using a paintbrush and paint

Collage: art made from different materials like paper and fabric

Habitat: the place or environment where an animal lives

Inspiration: something that motivates or influences an artist to make a work of art

Mammals: warm-blooded animals that have skin that is usually covered with hair. Mammals include animals like bears, deer, and dogs.

Painting with paper: Megan Coyle’s collage technique where she cuts magazine strips and glues them down in such a way that they look like the brushstrokes in a painting

Primates: animals that can grasp objects with their hands. Primates include humans, apes, and monkeys.

Reptiles: includes animals like snakes, turtles, and lizards. They are usually covered with scales or plates.

Setting: a location or place

Technique: the way an artist puts together a work of art. This can refer to the type of brushstrokes used for a painting or the way the pieces of paper are cut and glued down for a collage.

Zoo: a place where animals are kept and displayed to the public