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  1. Miles and Miles of Reptiles: All About Reptiles (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) by Tish Rabe, 2009-05-26
  2. A Field Guide to Reptiles & Amphibians of Eastern & Central North America (Peterson Field Guide Series) by Roger Conant, Joseph T. Collins, 1998-05-15
  3. The Reptile Room: Or, Murder! (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2) by Lemony Snicket, 2007-05-01
  4. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians (Peterson Field Guide) by Robert C. Stebbins, 2003-03-27
  5. Eyewitness: Reptile by Colin McCarthy, 2000-06-01
  6. The National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians by NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY, 1979-11-12
  7. Reptiles in Love: Ending Destructive Fights and Evolving Toward More Loving Relationships by Don Ferguson Ph.D., 2006-02-24
  8. The Yucky Reptile Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books) by Jerry Pallotta, 1989-10
  9. About Reptiles: A Guide for Children (About...) by Cathryn Sill, 2003-03-01
  10. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia, 2nd Ed by Jeffrey C. Beane, Alvin L. Braswell, et all 2010-05-03
  11. Florida's Fabulous Reptiles and Amphibians by Peter Carmichael, Winston Williams, 1991-06
  12. Reptile Medicine and Surgery by Douglas R. Mader MSDVM, 2005-12-13
  13. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica: A Herpetofauna between Two Continents, between Two Seas by Jay M. Savage, 2005-12-01
  14. Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia: Second Edition by Steve Wilson, Gerry Swan, 2006-04-01

1. Reptile - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
reptiles are airbreathing, cold-blooded vertebrates that have skin covered in scales as opposed to hair or feathers. They are tetrapods (having or having
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Fossil range: Carboniferous - Recent
A Tuatara Sphenodon punctatus Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Class: Sauropsida
Subclasses Synonyms Reptiles are air-breathing, cold-blooded vertebrates that have skin covered in scales as opposed to hair or feathers. They are tetrapods (having or having descended from vertebrates with four limbs) and amniotes , whose embryos are surrounded by an amniotic membrane . Modern reptiles inhabit every continent with the exception of Antarctica , and are represented by four orders The majority of reptile species are oviparous (egg-laying) although certain species of squamates are capable of giving live birth. This is achieved, either through

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3. Reptiles, Reptile, Reptiles And Amphibians At explains reptiles,reptile,reptiles and amphibians,reptile habitat and reptile picture.
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Found on every continent except for Antarctica , nearly 8000 species of reptiles walk, crawl, slither and swim in their own unique ways. Reptiles are cold-blooded creatures, meaning they are incapable of maintaining a consistent body temperature on their own. They rely on the things around them to warm up or cool down. Their ability to move warm blood into the body core allows them to conserve energy. There are four reptile orders in existence today. Crocodilia refer to animals like crocodiles and alligators. Squamata refers to lizards, snakes and similar creatures. All turtles are included in the Testudines order. The order Rhynchocephalia contains only two species known as tuataras, native to New Zealand. A reptile habitat varies greatly from one species to the next. Because reptiles are so diverse and have adapted to so many different climates, the areas they strive in also differ greatly. Like amphibians, reptiles often make their home around water and lay eggs. But reptiles and amphibians also differ in many ways. Reptiles lay their eggs on land, have waterproof skin, and can rarely breathe underwater. Amphibians lay their eggs in water, have permeable skin, and can often breathe underwater. For a reptile picture and additional information on reptiles and amphibians, follow the links and images provided below.

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What Is a Reptile?
Reptiles have been around for 300 million years, and during the age of the dinosaurs, they ruled the Earth. Those days are long gone, and those giants have vanished, but some 6,500 species of reptiles still thrive today. Crocodiles, snakes, lizards, and turtles are all reptiles. Most reptiles live on land, and most lay eggs. They are vertebrates, and, unlike any other animals, are covered in scales. They are cold-blooded, and regulate their body temperature by seeking or avoiding the sun's heat.
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Americans spend over 5 billion dollars each year on reptiles and their supplies. Many of us have no idea where these animals are coming from or what types of methods were used to transfer those animals into the United States.
Think about that for a second. The United States sends thousands of gallons of oil, gas, and other liquids, in 55gal drums to other countries. What happens to these drums once empty? Unfortunately, many of these empty drums are placed in the jungle to be used as temporary holding pins for lizards, snakes, turtles, and other reptiles. Why would anyone walk back through the jungle with one or two frogs when they can put 500 or more in these “free” drums? The animals are fine for the few hours inside these large drums. Then they are packed and sent to dealers in the US. The next question is how do wholesale dealers in the US house thousands of these wild, captured reptiles once they arrive?
Most wholesalers do not have a proper way to house these animals and use old Watering Tubs , so many die either right away or shortly after they are shipped to retailers.

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8. Reptiles Of Kansas
Currently, there are about 6500 recognized species of reptiles in the world, divided into 5 living orders. Within Kansas 67 species are recorded from 16
Reptiles Are Vertebrate animals. They have an internal bony skeleton. Are cold-blooded. They cannot maintain their body temperature by internal means. Have a dry, scaly skin or a shell. Lay eggs with a tough outer shell, or have live birth. The eggs have an internal membrane called the amnion which helps protect the developing embryo from injury and drying out. In some species of snakes, the eggs hatch internally and the young are born live. Lay their eggs on land. Have claws on their toes (excepting snakes). Currently, there are about 6,500 recognized species of reptiles in the world, divided into 5 living orders. Within Kansas 67 species are recorded from 16 families in 2 orders. Classification of living organisms has undergone a profound revolution within the last thirty years due to the advent of DNA analysis and the new taxonomic discipline of cladistics, which does not necessarily use the classical Linnean hierarchy (Kingdom-Phylum-Class-Order-Family-Genus-Species) to sort out how creatures are related to each other. The position of turtles, for instance, is a contentious issue currently. For more information, see the link to the Tree of Life website in the resource list The species list below is based on "A Checklist of the Vertebrate Animals of Kansas", 3rd edition, 2005, by George Potts and Joseph Collins. This publication is available from the Kansas University Natural History Museum, 1345 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS 66045-7163.

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    This exhibition closed September 7, 1998. Mysterious. Misunderstood. The long, fascinating history of reptiles, and their amazing diversity of forms, inspires us to look closely, to get behind the myths, and discover the reality. "REPTILES Real and Robotic," inhabit the Museum February 21 through September 7, 1998.
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    What is a reptile?
    Reptiles are vertebrates , they have scaly skin that keeps their bodies from drying out, their young do not go through a larva stage like amphibians, but instead look like small versions of the adults when they hatch. Reptiles are ectotherms , so they must bask in the sun or find a warm spot to get warm and become active, and they must find shade or a cool spot to cool off. In cold conditions they become sluggish and don't move around much, and some enter a state of torpor or hibernation if it will be cold for a long time.
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    There are four main groups of reptiles: turtles and tortoises; lizards and snakes; crocodiles and alligators; and the tuatara, the only species left from an ancient group of reptiles that goes back to the dinosaurs. Some reptiles spend most of their time in water, like crocodiles, alligators, turtles, some species of snakes, and some species of lizards. Many spend their time on land, and reptile species can be found in all types of

    16. Reptiles: Animals With Scales
    reptiles are often called coldblooded because they can t regulate their own body temperature. Their body temperature depends on the external temperature.
    Reptiles: Lizards, Snakes, and Others
    The most noticeable feature of reptiles are the scales that cover their body. Although reptiles breathe through lungs, some reptiles can also absorb oxygen in water through membranes in their mouth. Reptiles are often called cold-blooded because they can't regulate their own body temperature. Their body temperature depends on the external temperature. Crocodiles and alligators are large amphibious reptiles. They can walk on land using their webbed feet. They can also use their long tail to swim in water. Crocodiles feed on large animals they catch on land or in water. They have powerful jaws and teeth to tear apart their prey. Lizards and snakes are the largest group of reptiles. Lizards are four legged animals with a long tail. Many lizards can shed their tail to escape from predators. They can then grow a new tail. Some lizards, such as the chameleon, can change colors to blend into their environment. This camouflage helps to protect them from predators. Snakes don't have limbs. They move by slithering along the ground.

    17. Reptile - MSN Encarta
    Reptile, animal with tough, dry skin covered with horny scales. Some of the most widespread living reptiles are turtles, lizards, snakes, crocodiles,
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    Print this section Reptile , animal with tough, dry skin covered with horny scales. Some of the most widespread living reptiles are turtles lizards snakes crocodiles , and alligators . Reptiles are vertebrates —animals that have a backbone. While they share characteristics common to other vertebrates—fish, amphibians, birds, and mammals—reptiles display a unique combination of characteristics that distinguishes them from other vertebrates. Like amphibians, modern reptiles are cold-blooded, or ectothermic. This means that they are unable to produce their own body heat, so they rely on the sun for warmth, and much of their behavior is directed toward regulating their body temperature. Like birds, most reptiles hatch from eggs that are laid on land, covered by a protective shell. Reptiles breathe air with lungs, as do most mature amphibians and all birds and mammals. And like amphibians and mammals, most reptiles, with the exception of turtles, have teeth. Reptile skin, with its tough, horny scales, is unique in the animal world. It is neither moist and permeable, like that of amphibians, nor feathered, like that of birds, nor covered with hair, like that of mammals.

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      Teachers: download Amphibian Alert! a curriculum for teaching children about amphibians and their global population declines. Reptile Discovery Center Activity Guide Reptile Discovery Center Programs Reptiles The world's 8,240 species of reptiles inhabit every continent except Antarctica. Reptiles include turtles, snakes, crocodiles, and lizards. They can be as small as the dwarf gecko (less than an inch long) or as big as the saltwater crocodile, which can weigh more than a ton. All reptiles have scales, but some are too small to be seen. Reptiles are ectothermic (their body temperature is regulated by their environment). Most lay eggs, but a few give birth to live young. Amphibians There are more than 6,000 species of amphibians on Earth, including frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts. One-third of amphibians are threatened with extinction.

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