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Reptile Scavenger Hunt
“The living fossil” RETICULATED PYTHON
The living fossil order tuatara
How do reptiles conserve water? sphenodonta
Scientists agree on what killed the dinosaurs? Pasty feces
1 INVALID hypothesis on what killed the dinosaurs GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
Top of the tuatara’s head lays a…. Small mammals ate all the dinosaur eggs!
When snakes move in a straight line 3 RD EYE
Land dinosaur with 3 horns RECTILINEAR MOTION
OLDEST CHELONIAN TRICERATOPS
Small/short armed land dinosaur GALAPAGOS TORTOISE
Organs that detect smell T-REX
Horned pterosaur JACOBSON’S ORGANS
Snake movement with 2 pts of contact DIMORPHODAN
Lays eggs SIDEWINDER
Bacteria carrying large lizard OVIPAROUS
Venomous lizard KOMODO DRAGON
Egg water GILA MONSTER
Amniote diffusion membrane/waste removal AMNIOTIC FLUID
“modified egg” in mammals ALLANTOIS
Crocodilians with U-shaped snout PLACENTA
African croc ALLIGATOR
African venomous snake (aggressive) NILE CROCOCDILE
Venomous Australian snake/aggressive BLACK MAMBA
Most numerous reptile order EASTERN BROWN
Carapacial Order SQUAMATA
Ventral part of the turtle shell CHELONIA
Ditches the tail/survival tactic plastron
Indian crocodilian CAUDAL AUTOTOMY
EGG WHITE GAVIAL
Strangling Squamatan ALBUMIN
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