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S: Reptiles

BC: This Mixbook was brought to you by: Marietta Middle School, Mrs. Sayyah, Mrs. Saunders, Tre' Bridges, Muhammad Kahn and Tiffany Rose

FC: Reptiles By: Tre' Bridges Muhammad Khan and Tiffany Rose

1: Animalia Chordata Vertebrata Reptiles Lizards Snakes Turtles Alligators and Crocodiles

2: Reptiles live in every biome except for the ones that are cold. Reptiles are,what scientists call, ectothermic. Ectothermic is when you have to regulate your temperature according to the temperature of the weather. They get their warmth through their skin.

3: Like birds, reptiles lay eggs. Their eggs fertilize internally. The eggs are covered with a hard shell and membrane. The shell and membrane protect the developing embryo and it helps it from drying out. Small holes or pores let oxygen in and carbon dioxide out. Reptile eggs conserve water so they can be laid on dry land.The egg of a reptile has three membranes. The first membrane holds the liquid that surrounds the embryo, this liquid helps protect the embryo from getting crushed. It also keeps it moist. The second membrane holds the yolk which provides food for the embryo which it cells need to grow. The third membrane holds the embryo' s waste. | Reproduction Method

4: Muhammad Khan | Behaviors by Order Its great how snakes have great speed when they quickly bite there prey. It is also cool how snakes have no limbs but can travel very fast and some can even jump from tree to tree.

5: Although some reptiles,such as the iguana, are herbivores which eat leaves , most are carnivores. Majority of reptiles are predators. Some Lizards catch their food by jumping at it. Larger lizards eat larger prey such as the frog or birds that are mostly found in the ground. Smaller lizards eat small insects. The chameleon captures insects by using it's sticky tongue adapted catching insects. It shoots out it's long tongue and catches the insects. Snakes, however, are ALL carnivores which means they are predators. Some snakes eat large prey. Snake's mouth can spread wide apart. The skull of a snake can even move to allow much bigger prey enter it's mouth. Some snakes eat small prey though. Snakes can catch their prey in many ways. Some snakes use their long curved teeth to hook on to slippery prey like slugs. Some snakes have hollow teeth with venom glands called fangs. They put their fangs into the prey, venom flows down to the animal, and kills it instantly. Then the snake eats the poisoned animal

6: Muhammad Khan | Reptiles are bilaterally symmetrical.

7: reptiles started to appear during the Paleozoic Era through out the Carboniferous Period.

8: Characteristics by Order | Snakes are reptiles along with lizards, turtles, and alligators. | Reptiles spend their entire lives on land. Reptiles give birth to eggs with the baby reptile inside. | Reptiles get oxygen from the air

9: Food Web

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