Reptiles and Birds. By: Andrea Gamber, Shelly Nolt, and Kaitlyn DeFernelmont, period 1. Reptiles : . Scaly-skinned vertebrates that breathe with lungs and lay eggs that hatch on land. Reptiles Body Plan.
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By: Andrea Gamber, Shelly Nolt, and Kaitlyn DeFernelmont, period 1
Scaly-skinned vertebrates that breathe with lungs and lay eggs that hatch on land
Any warmblooded vertebrae of the class Aves, having a body covered in feathers, forelimbs modified into wings, scaly legs, a beak and no teeth and bearing young in a hard-shelled egg
Internal Bird Anatomy
Birds are able to fly because of their light bodies, powerful breast muscles, and aerodynamic feathers and wings.