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  1. Raging Reptiles! Click Here!

  2. Can any of you name these three reptiles? Objective: Today we are going to learn how to describe three basic characteristics of reptiles. Click to Check out REPTILES!

  3. Menu Crocodiles Snakes Lizards Click above to hear your directions! Ready for the Test? Click here to try it out! Click on Reptiles to learn MORE!

  4. Crocodiles Fantastic Features Fun Facts Click on me! Click Here to Return to the Menu I’m Cooler! Click on me!

  5. Fantastic Features • Cold-blooded creatures • Long, low body and short legs • Are carnivores Click to learn more features

  6. Fantastic Features • Large as 20 ft. in length • Live in slow-moving rivers and grassy swamps. • Grow new teeth to replace the old teeth Do you think mother Nile Crocodiles protect their young? Find out by clicking the picture ABOVE. Click to go back to Crocodiles

  7. Fun Facts! • Move well on land and can even run as fast as 11 mph • More closely related to dinosaurs than most animals Click to learn more Fun Facts!

  8. Fun Facts • Endangered in North, South, and Central America • Crocodiles are more aggressive than alligators Click here to Return to the Crocodiles

  9. Snakes Fantastic Features Fun Facts! Click on me! I’m the Best! Click on me! Click to go back to MENU

  10. Fantastic Features • Snakes are carnivores • Cold-blooded • Snake jaws are not connected at the back of their mouths Click to learn more features!

  11. Fantastic Features • Use their muscles and scales to move around • Live in deserts, forests, oceans, streams, and lakes • Snakeskin is smooth and dry Click to go back to Snakes

  12. Fun Facts • Must swallow prey whole • Shed their skin periodically Click to learn more facts!

  13. Fun Facts! • More than 2,900 species • Use their senses to hunt, escape danger, and to find a mate. Click to go back to Snakes

  14. Lizards Fantastic Features Fun Facts! Click on me! I’m the Lizard King! You shall CLICK on ME! Click to go back to MENU

  15. Fantastic Features • Cold-blooded creatures • Long-bodied reptiles with two pairs of legs and a tail • Live in trees, on the ground and in water Click to learn more features

  16. Fantastic Features • Shed their tails to run away from predators • Eat plants and insects • Most female lizards lay soft-shelled eggs Click to go back to Lizards

  17. Fun Facts! • Most lizard species are harmless to humans • Some squirt blood from their eyes as a defense mechanism Click to learn more facts

  18. Fun Facts! • Skin of a lizard is usually cool and dry - not slimy! • About 3,800 lizard species found Click to go back to lizards

  19. Test #1 -Answer the following questions when you are ready to test your reptile knowledge! Click to take TEST!!

  20. Reptiles cannot regulate their own heat, which means they are______-blooded? • Warm • Cold • Hot • All of the above

  21. 2. Reptiles skin is usually what? • Wet • Dry • Moist • Slimy

  22. 3. One of the reptiles discussed squirts blood from it’s eyes as a defense mechanism? Which reptile was that? • Crocodile • Snake • Lizard • None of the Above

  23. 4. This reptile is more closely related to dinosaurs than most animals. Which reptile is this? • Crocodile • Snake • Lizard • Turtle

  24. 5. These reptiles swallow their prey whole when they are eating. This reptile is a______? • Crocodile • Snake • Lizard • Turtle

  25. 6. In the video, Nile crocodile mother’s protect their young for how long? • 1 year • 2 years • 3 years • 4 years

  26. The END Click Here

  27. Citations • Clip Art • http://www.discoveryeducation.com/teachers/free-lesson-plans/crocodiles.cfm • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodile • http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/american-crocodile/ • http://www.facts-about.org.uk/facts-about-crocodiles.htm • http://dangerous-animals-pets.blogspot.com/p/dangerous-crocodile.html • http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngexplorer/1009/games/game_intro.html • http://www.hdwallpapersdepot.com/snakes-pictures.html • http://www.worldofstock.com/stock-photos/nile-crocodile-crocodylus-niloticus-sacred-crocodiles-of/NAN6572 • http://us.bestgraph.com/gifs/crocodiles-1.html • http://shuangxingfu.blogspot.com/2011/10/snake-zodiac-in-2012.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake • http://www.saguaro-juniper.com/i_and_i/reptiles/snakes/snakes.htm • http://www.kidzone.ws/lw/snakes/facts07.htm • http://www.fantom-xp.org/hl/ • http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/2800000/corn-sake-snakes-2859654-2560-1735.jpg • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lizards • http://www.facts-about.org.uk/facts-about-lizards.htm • http://www.kidskonnect.com/subject-index/13-animals/41-lizards.html • http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=fun+reptile+pictures&view=detail&id=12403165364E1503AEC780DD4D89A69B24B5D1AD • http://i3.squidoocdn.com/resize/squidoo_images/-1/lens17701810_1299121747trivia-about-reptiles.jpg • http://www.life123.com/parenting/pets/lizards/what-do-lizards-eat.shtml Click to go to Beginning!