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  • Four different groups of reptiles Anapsid (turtles/tortoises)Euryapsid(plesiosaurs/icthyosaurs)Ex.Synapsid(mammals like reptiles)Diapisd((all other reptiles/birds)
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    • 1. Reptiles By Claymon Mitchell
    • 2. Do reptiles have a sense ofintelligence or are they stilldriven natural instincts? Do reptiles have a sense of compassion? Are reptiles self aware?
    • 3. Brief history of reptiles evolved fromgroups of reptiles •There were four that this primitiveFour different groups of reptiles condition, and they are groupedAnapsid (turtles/tortoises) according to the number and location of extra holes (calledEuryapsid(plesiosaurs/icthyosaurs)Ex. apsids) in the back part of theSynapsid(mammals like reptiles) skull.Diapisd((all other reptiles/birds)
    • 4. Herpetophobia(the fear ofreptiles)  The main reason people fear reptiles are  Sever trauma caused by a reptile  The lack of knowledge about reptiles People that have Herpetophobia react when they are:  Touching  Looking at  And or being in proximity of a reptiles
    • 5. The most wellknownevolutionadaptations onsnakes•No appendages•No eyelids•Its method of eating•Unhingabal jaws•Certain types of snakesuse venom to kill•certain types of snakesconstrict to kill
    • 6. Types of Snake venom and purpose of it. Snake venom is produced by glands below the eye (the mandibular glands)and delivered to the victim through tubular or channeled fangs. Proteolytic-venom that dismantles the molecular structure of the area surrounding and including the bite. Hemotoxic-venoms that acts on the heart and cardiovascular system. Neurotoxic-venom that acts on the nervous system and brain. Cytotoxic-The venom has a localized action at the site of the bite. The purpose of venom is to help the snake defend its self, help it catch prey , and to help with digestion
    • 7. Black Mamba Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) The most deadly of the mamba family Native to Africa Nick named by locals as black death Reaches up to length of 14 ft Fastest snake in the world moving up to speeds of 10-12 miles per hour Is capable of lifting more then a half its body off the ground Has an inky black mouth thus giving it the name black mamba