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  • By Maddie Bellaire primary school r e p t i l e s
    • What are reptiles you ask?
    • Well reptiles are Animals that have dry scaly
    • skin and are cold-blooded vertebrates.
    • Reptiles are animals such as…
    • Frogs
    • Lizars
    • Snakes
    • Crocodiles
    • Turtles
    • and More
    What are r e p t I l e s
    • There are over 3000 lizard species around the world.
    • because they are reptiles the majority are found in warmer climates.
    • Lizards range in sizes from 6cm up to 3m long!
    • Lizards have scaly skin that is shed throughout the year, often in patches.
    • Some lizards are carnivorous (meat only), however there are other lizards that are herbivorous (plants only) or omnivorous (plants and meat).
    About lizards
    • A snakes diet is mainly birds and mammals.
    • The Reticulated Python is one of the largest snakes in the world, and can reach lengths of over 8m.
    • The reticulated pythons are common throughout parts of South-east Asia.
    • Fact:
    • Unfortunately due to the increasing skin trade, the Burmese Python has suffered incredibly.
    • the impact has reduced numbers in its home range.
    About snakes
  • about CROCODILES
    • The Crocodilian family includes, Crocodiles, Alligators, Caimans and Gharials.
    • Australia is home to two of these species - Saltwater and Freshwater Crocodiles.
    • Fact:
    • Crocodiles have been found with live barnacles growing on them. This is proof that they can spend long periods out at sea.
  • PIctures
    • References
    • http://www.australiazoo.com.au/