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Show 1207 Animals – Vertebrates – Reptiles
Todayís animal group is reptiles. The word reptile means to creep. This group of animals has dry, scaly skin, breathes air and most lay eggs though many snakes have live babies. They are also coldblooded; their body temperature changes with their environment. They have 4 short legs or no legs at all. Some examples are crocodiles, alligators, lizards, turtles and snakes. First, we have a stained glass snake. Use the pattern from his skin to contrast with the background. Then, itís an alligator; his rough skin is created with an egg carton technique. Next, itís a clay turtle with a hidden surprise. And last, learn how the chameleon changes color.

 

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