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National Geographic: Reptiles and Amphibians. Directions: Put a heading on your paper. Title your paper “Reptiles and Amphibians” On the slides that follow you will find notes from the video.

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national geographic reptiles and amphibians
National Geographic:Reptiles and Amphibians
  • Directions:
  • Put a heading on your paper.
  • Title your paper “Reptiles and Amphibians”
  • On the slides that follow you will find notes from the video.
  • For each note, you are going to write the information down, choosing the correct word from the choices in green.
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1.
  • Like humans, reptiles are vertebrates/invertebrates.
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2.
  • Most amphibians cannot reproduce on land/water and therefore they are tied tothe land/water.
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3.
  • Reptiles are considered to be more evolved that amphibians because they reproduce on land/water.
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4.
  • The greatest of all reptiles were the snakes/dinosaurs.
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5.
  • Scientists try to figure out how amphibians moved/slept.
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5.
  • There is a theory that states that all higher animals have an ancestor that was an amphibian/a reptile.
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6.
  • Snakes/Lizards are the most successful of all reptiles.
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7.
  • The environment controls the body size/temperature of all reptiles.
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8.
  • The rattle snake uses its eyes/infrared sensor to find the gopher.
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9.
  • Most snakes start eating their prey at the head/tail and they have to unhinge their head/jaw to swallow the prey whole.
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10.
  • Sea snakes are reptiles that have adapted to live in water but they still surface to breathe/eat.
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11.
  • Skin/venom is collected from the sea snake to use in studies about eyes/pain.
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12.
  • Male chameleons battle each other by pushing/biting to see who is the strongest.
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13.
  • Chameleon’s eyes move dependently/independently from one another.
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14.
  • A chameleon’s tongue can be as long as/longer than its body.
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15.
  • A chameleon’s tongue can be as long as/longer than its body.
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16.
  • The flying dragon uses be wings/spread out ribs to escape the predator.
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17.
  • Turtles/Snakes are the oldest existing reptiles.
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18.
  • The shell/ability to swim has helped the turtle survive.
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19.
  • The tortoise eats plants only/other animals which makes them herbivores.
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19.
  • The turtle eats plants/other animals which makes them carnivores.
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20.
  • The tortoise can/cannot turn over when it is flipped onto its back.