Squamata Essays

  • Differences Between Mammals And Reptiles

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    Mammals and reptiles have been on earth for millions of years. They are both the two largest animals. Both mammals and reptiles can live together in different habitats even though there are several differences between them. A major difference reptiles and mammals have is their reproduction. Mammals are viviparous, which means they give birth to living young. When a mammal gives birth, she uses her mammary glands to nourish her young with milk. Reptiles are oviparous, they lay eggs to

  • Naked Mole Rat Speech

    1892 Words  | 8 Pages

    Naked mole rats. Weird but amazing.. ’Naked Mole Rat’. Good day friends. Today I ll be writing on a very interesting animal..Naked Mole Rat.. A weird looking but amazing creature whose lack of regard for existing natural laws has made it highly distinguishing. Even went as far as defying the gompertz law.. A member of the Order-Rodentia, family-Heterocephalidae, Genus-Heterocephalus, H.glaber specie, this hairless rodent ( thus its name) is also known as sand puppy or desert mole rat. There

  • Frille Neck Lizard Essay

    735 Words  | 3 Pages

    that Frill-neck lizard has a large frill around its neck which is usually folded around their body to protect themselves. They are able to run on its hind legs. Scientific classification Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordate Class Sauropsida Order Squamata Suborder Lacertilia Family Agamidae Subfamily Agaminae Genus Chlamydosaurus Species Chlamydosaurus kingii Habitat of Frilled-neck lizard They are mainly found in northern part of Australia and southern New Guinea. They get used to live in humid

  • Veiled Chameleon Mechanism

    2115 Words  | 9 Pages

    Chameleon Marcia Taylor: Bluegill Fish Organism: The Veiled Chameleon (Reptile) Organism: Bluegill (Fish) Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Class: Actinopterygii Order: Squamata Order: Perciformes Family: Chamaeleonidae Family: Centrarchidae Genus: Chamaeleo Genus: Lepomis Species: C. calyptratus Species: L. macrochirus Feeding Feeding occurs in the Veiled Chameleon using a tongue shooting mechanism