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antivenin
aquatic amphibians
aquatic reptiles
brumation
carapace
diffusion
ectothermic
ectotherms
estivation
hemotoxin
herpetology
herps
keratin
neurotoxin
oviduct
oviparous
ovoviviparous
plastron
scutes
tadpoles
valved
viviparous

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HERPS Crossword

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gives live birth viviparous
to get body heat from surroundings ectotherms
herp's body slows down so that it hardly uses any energy brumation
upper dome of turtle shell carapace
lower plate of a turtle shell plastron
plates that are made of keratin and cover these scutes
substance that your finger nails are made of keratin
a compartment where eggs are stored until they hatch oviduct
specially designed nostrils that can close up when under water valved
medicine that stops the snake venom from working in your system antivenin
venom that destroys the abilty of the blood to move through your body hemotoxin
venom that attacks the nervous system neurotoxin
newly hatched frogs tadpoles
a kind of hibernation that an amphibian will go into if it's too dry estivation
the process that allows some of the "vanilla smell to seep into the box" diffusion
cold-blooded ectothermic
the study of herps herpetology
creeping, crawling creatures that move about on their bellies herps
egg layer oviparous
sea snakes & sea turtles aquatic reptiles

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Amphibians and Reptiles Crossword

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Third, clear eyelid Nictitating Membrane
Poisonous substance secreted by snakes Venom
Males grasps onto female, reproduction Amplexus
An amphibian whose skull doesn't have openings near temple Anapsid
Amphibian that develops 2 holes in each side of skull Diapsid
Reptile fossil, includes the ancestors of mammals Synapsid
Fibrous protein that forms feathers, hair, hoofs, claws, and horns Keratin
Hard upper shell of a turtle Carapace
Ventral part of the shell of a turtle Plastron
Organsim regulates body tempature exchanging heat with surroudings Ectothermic
Pair of sacs or tubes typicallly in roof of the mouth Jacobsons Organs
Produced by reptiles and birds Amniotic Eggs
Long bone formed from fused vertebrae at base of vertebral column Urostyle
Detect and target warm blooded prey Pit Organs
Four footed animal, all vertebrae higher than fish Tetrapod
Cuticular plate covering ventral surface in a chordata Sternum
Respiration, breathing through the skin Cutaneous
Helps with gas exchange Lungs
Type of asexual reproduction Parthogenisis
Covered wall that seperates right/left ventricle Ventricle Septum
Type of snake, "rattles" Rattlesnake
Aids in eliminating waste Urinary Bladder
Storage area for bile Gallbladder
Controls sense of smell Olfactory Lobes
Helps the frog "speak" find a mate Vocal Sac

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Reptiles & Amphibians Crossword

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does reptiles have smooth or scale skin scales
frogs skin are venomous
what does amphibia mean? double life
whats a similarity between the two? coldblooded
reptiles and amphibians like __ places moist
what tells you that your environment is in good shape bioindicator
what snake has a pit organ pit viper
what uses a shell to hide from danger turtles
what animal has the adaptation to shed its tail lizard
frogs are __ first tadpoles
amphibians are becoming close to ___ ? extinction
whats an animal that is dependent on external sources of body heat? ectothermic
reptiles and amphibians cant live in __ areas dry
people try to sale snakes at a what? black market
whats the type of egg reproduced by reptiles amniotic egg
whats the scientific name for amphibians? Amphibia
whats the scientific name for reptiles? Reptilia
what does turtles have that most/all amphibians or reptiles have? shell
whats the word for spend a hot or dry period in a prolonged state of torpor or dormancy? estivate
frogs have a ________ birth live birth
the biggest reptile is the what crocodile
another big reptile close to the crocodile is a what alligator
what reptile have claws lizard
what looks like a lizard but is completely different salamander
what reptile does not have legs snakes

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Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles Word Search

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amphibian
atrium
cartilage
chordate
ectotherm
endoterm
fish
fossil
habitat
lung
notochord
paleontologish
sedimentary rock
swim bladder
tadpole
ventricle
vertebra

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Reptiles & Amphibians Crossword

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This means cold blooded ectothermic
the meaning of ectothermic coldblooded
a frogs skin is : moist
the process of a changing body Metamorphosis
What do amphibians live Double life
a baby frog tadpole
small amphibians known for jumping frogs
the class name of reptiles reptilia
what makes up reptiles and amphibians skin scales
an egg with food in it amniotic egg
when an animal is born without an egg live birth
sharp nails on most animals claws
a lot of animals and animal skins are illegally sold here Black market
amphibians use their skin to absorb oxygen
animals are in danger of this because of high death rates extinction
a salivary gland parotid glan

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Amphibians Word Search

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invertebrate
vertebrate
Arboreal
Aquatic
Terrestrial
bioindicator
cartilage
chitin
endoskeleton
estivation
exoskeleton
herpetology
hibernation
metamorphosis
mucus
parotid gland
taxonomy
vertebrate
Urodela
Anura

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Vertebrates Crossword

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lampreys and hagfish Agnatha
sea cat marine otter
only otter to give birth in the water sea otter
skeleton made of bone, external fertilization osteichthyes
cartilaginous fish chondrichthes
spawns eggs oviparous
threatened mostly by boat accidents manatee
female retains egg inside ovoviviparous
gives live birth viviparous
bio sonar echolocation
returns to shore to lay eggs reptilian
birds aves
contain many secretory tubules nasal salt glands
a group shifting together migration
use swim bladders to regulate bouyancy bony fish
oil filled liver caartilaginous fish
feed by suction jawless fish
generate their own heat endothermic
external warmth of body exothermic
allows bony fish to stay at current water depth swim bladder
enables fish to detect vibrations in the water lateral line
sharks act of bouyancy oil filled liver
jelly filled pores ampullae of lorenzini
sea cow sirenia
underwater for extended periods of time dive reflex
univalve shell melon
toothed whales odonticeti
baleen whales mysticeti
one blow hole toothed

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Animal Kingdom Crossword

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the largest group of invertebrates that have an exoskelton arthropods
invertebrates that live in damp places on land and breathe using either gills or lungs mollusks
invertebrates that have an exoskeleton and tube feet echinoderms
invertebrates that have long, tube-like bodies that are divided into segments segmentedworms
invertebrates that live attached to a surface and has small holes in their bodies to filter water sponges
skeleton is external exoskeleton
animal's with no backbone invertebrates
endothermic vertebrates that have fur or hair and produce milk for their offspring mammals
endothermic vertebrates that have a beak, two legs, and two wings birds
ectothermic vertebrates that live in or near water and have scales reptiles
ectothermic vertebrates that a can breathe their skin when they are in the water amphibians
vertebrates that live in the water and filter oxygen from the water through their gills fish
body temperature says about the same regardless of the temperature of their environment endothermic
body temperature that is close to that of their environment ectothermic
skeleton is inside their bodies endoskeleton
animal with a backbone vertebrate
made up of more than one cell mulitcellular

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Amphibians and Reptiles Crossword

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Used to breathe underwater. Gills
Not able to regulate body heat. Cold-blooded
On the skin of a reptile. Scales
An animal eaten by a larger one. Prey
The largest type of common frog. Bullfrog
The smallest type of common frog. Treefrog
When frogs hibernate. Winter
A large, scaley reptile that is usually at the top of the food chain. Alligator
Where you will most likely see amphibians and reptiles. Pond
A baby frog. Tadpole
What happens when larvae develops legs and lungs. metamorphosis
A small reptile that can hide in its shell. turtle
A small, scaley amphibian. Lizard
A long amphibian that can shed its skin. snake

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Reptiles Crossword

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reptiles have ****** eggs Amniotic
different from shedding molting
a fossil of a reptile synapsid
Vipers, pythons and boas have holes on their faces called Pit Organs
also called vomeronasal organ, an organ of chemoreception that is part of the olfactory system of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals jacobson organs
also known as a third eye or pineal eye parietal eye
an animal that is dependent on external sources of body heat. ectotherm
a group of reptiles which comprises the worm lizards. amphisbaenia
an order of lizard-like reptiles. sphenodonta
is the group of all tetrapods with a true turtle shell. testudinata
crocodiles crocodilia
a large order of reptiles which comprises the snakes, lizards, and worm lizards. squamata
protects front of body plastron
the hard upper shell of a turtle carapace
a fibrous protein forming the main structural constituent of hair, feathers, hoofs, claws, horns, etc. keratin
a reptile of a large group characterized by the presence of two temporal openings in the skull, including the lizards, snakes, crocodiles, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs. diapsid
gather together or accumulate (a large amount or number of valuable material or things) over a period of time. amass

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