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Amphibians and Reptiles Video Part 1

Video title: Amphibians and Reptiles Part 1

Watch this video entitled Amphibians and Reptiles Part 1. Discover the habitats, diet, physical characteristics of selected amphibian and reptilian species

With this title you will examine the characteristics of amphibians and reptiles, and gain an introduction to salamanders, frogs, toads, turtles, tortoises, boas, pythons, coral snakes, mambas, cobras, rattlesnakes, tropical banded sea snakes, geckos, chameleons, iguanas, Gila monsters, tuataras, alligators, Komodo dragons, and flying lizards Draco.

 

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Amphibians and Reptiles Video Part 1. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Study of Reptiles and Amphibians. Learn about The Amphibians and Reptiles. Identify the three amphibian and four reptilian orders, cite the scientific names of amphibian and reptilian families within those orders, and name amphibian and reptilian species belonging to their respective families.
  • Gain an introduction to, and examine the biological characteristics of salamanders, frogs, toads, turtles, tortoises, boas, pythons, coral snakes, mambas, cobras, rattlesnakes, tropical banded sea snakes, geckos, chameleons, iguanas, Gila monsters, tuataras, alligators, Komodo dragons, and flying lizards.
  • Describe the habitats, diet, and physical characteristics of selected amphibian and reptilian species.
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