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Reptile

  1. 1. REPTILE- SNAKES CRE ATE DB Y: J AME S FR NEO ACA D BIO EMIC LOG Y PD. 5 CHARACTERISTICS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL TRANSPORTATION External transport is how the animal moves on the outside. Snakes have many different ways of moving. Rectilinear motion is when the snake uses its belly scales to move, Concertina motion is when the snake side winds, and last Lateral motion is when the snake thrusts its body left to right. Internal transport is how the snake sends nutrients through the body. A snakes internal Python motion is its blood. Internal Fertilization Is when a snake fertilizes the egg in the body then lays the eggs and protects them until they hatch. Nutrients Nutrients are what the snake or any animal needs to eat. A snake eats a variety of animals witch are lizards, mice, rats, birds, other snakes, Rattle Snake copper head and other small animals. Responses to Stimuli Response to Stimuli are the snakes heat receptors and tongue. A snakes heat receptors are used to pick up heat and its tongue is used to pick up odors.
  2. 2. MORE INFORMATION ON SNAKES! PAGE 2 Adaptations Background of group Adaptations are what an animal uses to survive and to hunt. A snake A snakes background comes from its name uses many things as adaptation. They witch is thought up through a process. Snakes are classified into two different groups which are are its long slender body, flexible jaw, color of skin and scales, and not having Alethinphidia and Scolecophidia. any appendages. Food Chain A snake plays in important part in a food chain because it is a predator and prey. A snake is also a prey so other animals can feed of them as well. This is called a second order consumer. General Structure A snake structure is fairly simple with its long slender body. A snakes body consists of a long set of ribs and organs spread through out. A snake also has a flexible jaw witch is not common in any other animal. After a snake of any size eats it will grow so the more it eats the longer it gets. Respiration A snakes respiration system is its lungs. A snake has a left and right lungs that it uses to breathe. The snake is a lot like a human because they have most of the same organs. I snake also breaths the same way as humans. Regulation Regulation is how a snake keeps its body in check and relieves impurities. Snakes digest all or any impurities that its body does not need or not wants. The Collector, 1234 Main Street, Any Town, State 54321 | 123-456-7890 | www.apple.com/iwork
  3. 3. MORE INFORMATION! PAGE 3 Other organism’s in group Some other reptiles in the group would be a chameleon, cobra, rattle snake, python, and other lizards and turtles. Odd Ball An odd ball would be a blind snake which is not actually blind. Type of symmetry A snake has bilateral symmetry which means that the left and right side of the snake looks the same. This kind of symmetry is found on most reptiles and also on humans. Extinct or Endangered There is a snake extinct that is the size of a T-Rex 43 feet long and 2500lbs. An endangered snake is a broad headed snake from Australia. Importance to Human life Snakes are very important to humans because they are used for Medicine, food is some areas of the world, clothes, and pest control for farmers. Facts Poisonous snakes have diamond shaped heads. Largest snake in the world is 43 feet long and 2500 pounds !!!!! From left to right copper head, rattle snake, bush viper Rhoncus tempor placerat. The Collector, 1234 Main Street, Any Town, State 54321 | 123-456-7890 | www.apple.com/iwork
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