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Reptiles Vs. Mammals

Reptiles Vs. Mammals



This is a powerpoint that explains a little about how mammals and reptiles are different and alike. It also gives some examples of specific mammals and reptiles.

This is a powerpoint that explains a little about how mammals and reptiles are different and alike. It also gives some examples of specific mammals and reptiles.



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    • Reptiles vs. Mammals
      • ED 205-05 Computers In Education
            • By Jessica Wielhouwer
    • Reptiles vs. Mammals
      • Introduction to mammals
      • Introduction to reptiles
      • Important facts about mammals
      • Important facts about reptiles
      • Alligator Snapping Turtle
      • Meller’s Chameleon
      • Black Mamba
      • Reptile Video
      • Otters
      • Black Bears
      • Two-toed Sloth
      • Major differences
      • Major similarities
      • Resources
      • Author’s Slide
      • Concept Map
    • Introduction to Mammals
      • Mammals are warm blooded. This helps mammals live in a variety of different temperatures. Some mammals live in freezing temperatures while others live in very hot temperatures.
      • Mammals can live in many different environments including land, oceans, and fresh water lakes.
      • Mammals have hair or fur.
      • Mammals drink milk.
      • Mammals have backbones.
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    • Introduction to Reptiles
      • Reptiles are cold-blooded. They can regulate their own body temperature.
      • Reptiles are covered in scales. Scales are used for protection.
      • Reptiles are ready to go at birth. They do not need a parent to watch over them.
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    • Important Facts About Mammals
      • There are about 4,000 different kinds of mammals.
      • People belong to the mammal group.
      • Dolphins and whales have hair along with all other mammals.
      • Mammals all need to be cared for by their mother or father.
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    • Important Facts About Reptiles
      • Snakes and lizards are two of the largest groups of reptiles.
      • Some lizards can change colors to blend in with their surroundings.
      • Reptiles breathe through their lungs, but some can also absorb oxygen in water through membranes in their mouth.
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    • Alligator Snapping Turtle
      • The largest freshwater turtle in North America.
      • It can live to be 20-70 years old.
      • They can stay underwater for 40-50 minutes without coming up for air.
      • The average weight for a male is 175 pounds.
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    • Meller’s Chameleon
      • They can grow to be up to 2 feet long.
      • They are most commonly found in East Africa.
      • They eat insects and small birds.
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    • Black Mamba
      • It is considered the deadliest snake.
      • It lives in Africa and can grow to be 14 feet long.
      • They are very fast and can be very aggressive when threatened.
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    • Video About Reptiles : click on the box QUIT Home
    • Otters
      • Most eat mainly fish, crabs, and snakes.
      • They have a lot of energy and enjoy having a lot of fun.
      • They often glide around on their bellies.
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    • Black Bears
      • Most common in North America.
      • They eat mainly grasses, berries, roots, and insects.
      • Their weight ranges from 200 to 600 pounds.
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    • Two-toed Sloth
      • They are the world’s slowest mammal.
      • They live in trees and use their long, prominent claws to keep them hanging.
      • Their average weight is 17.5 pounds.
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    • Major Differences
      • Reptiles have scales while mammals have fur or hair for protection.
      • Reptiles leave their young once they give birth while mammals stay with their young and nurture them.
      • Reptiles are cold-blooded while mammals are warm blooded.
      • Reptiles can change colors depending on their mood and surroundings while mammals stay the same color.
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    • Major Similarities
      • Both reptiles and mammals can breathe through their lungs.
      • Both reptiles and mammals can give birth.
      • Both reptiles and mammals can live in similar places.
      • Both reptiles and mammals have good survival skills.
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    • Resources
      • http://animals. nationalgeographic .com/animals/reptiles.html
      • http://animals. nationalgeographic .com/animals/mammals.html
      • http://www. kidport .com/ RefLib /Science/Animals/Reptiles. htm
      • http://www.kidzone.ws/animals/mammals. htm
      • http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAssetId=9BCFE8B9-D1E4-4EBB-A529-543B0D40FB1D
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    • About the Author
      • My name is Jessica Wielhouwer.
      • I am from Grand Rapids, MI.
      • I am going to Grand Valley State University to become a Science teacher for grades K-8.
      • I love the outdoors and playing all sports.
      • My email: wheelsleigh2@ gmail .com
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