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Transcript of Reptiles

Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
breathing air,
laying eggs ,
Basilisk Lizard
Kingdom: Animalia
Snakes have no legs, eyelids, or external ears.
Most only have one lung.
Snakes slither by alternating
muscle contractions on their body.
Alternative contractions on the left
then on the right makes the 'S' shape.
All snakes are carnivores.
Snakes jaws can be spread
very far apart. Skull bones
move to allow for large meals.
How they feed:
Some ambush
Some have vemon
Some have hooked teeth
Turtles are covered in
a protective shell.
There are two types of
turtles hard shells and
soft shells.
Feeding habits vary from
turtles to turtles. Some eat fish
some eat jelly-fish. Some are
Turtles do not have
teeth, they have beaks.
Alligators and Crocodiles
are carnivores that hunt
mostly at night.
The have several adaptations
that allow them to catch prey.
They use their strong,
muscular tails to swim
rapidly through water.
Their jaws are equipped
with many large, sharp
and pointed teeth.
Thier jaw muscles are extremely
strong when biting down.
Alligators and Crocodiles are one
of the few reptiles to take care of
their young.
Females lay eggs in a nest of rotting
plants and guard them. She adds water
to the nest to keep the eggs moist.
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