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Reptilia

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Reginald Vanche

on 27 April 2015

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Transcript of Reptilia

Reptilia
Squamata
Testudinata
Crocodilian
This order includes gavialids, alligators, and crocodiles. They can live 35-75 years, and this can be measured by the growth rings in their bones. They reach sexual maturity at about 2.5 meters long, but continue to grow throughout their lifetimes. They differ in size greatly, with the males usually larger than the females. Also, their bite strength can reach well above 3700 psi, with tooth pressure of 350000 psi. Yikes.
Chamaeleomidae
Lacertillian
Serpentes
Iguanidae
Gekkonidae
Helodermatidae
Varanidae
Boidae
Colubridge
Hydrophidae
Pythonidae
Viperidae
Rhynchocephalia
Tuataras
-Can change it's colour
-These have three eyes
Considered one of the more intelligent lizards
Consists of venomous lizards
Kill prey by constriction.
Non-Venomous and mostly harmless
Have paddle-like tails
Very venomous and should not be taunted
The constrict then tear their prey
Extremely old, sometimes refered to as living fossils
This includes both turtles and tortoises. They have existed for more than 215 million years. Their upper shell is a "Carapace" while their lower shell is a "Plastron". The heaviest species of Testudine weighs in at 2000 lbs.
Testudinata
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