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Reptiles are cold-blooded animals that are characterized for having scales or bony plates and also for laying eggs. Animals such as crocodiles, lizards, turtles, chameleons, and snakes are all examples of reptiles. The majority of all reptiles have four legs and a backbone and because of this are known as tetrapod vertebrates. Snakes are an exception. They have a backbone, but they do not have any legs. Because most reptiles are cold-blooded, they cannot control their body temperatures, so they have to bask or lie in sunlight to warm up. Reptiles are found on every continent on the planet except for Antarctica. Because reptiles don't need energy to keep their bodies warm themselves, they require less food. Some snakes only eat once or twice a year. Reptiles are very ancient animals and are thought to have been on this planet for over 300 million years. The biggest reptile on the planet is the saltwater crocodile which can weigh up to 900 kilograms. The smallest is the nano chameleon found in Madagascar and this can fit on a human fingertip. The fastest reptile is the spiny tailed iguana which can run up to 20 miles per hour.

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  • Which continent are reptiles not found on?

    1) Antarctica
    2) Africa
    3) Australia
    4) Asia
  • Chameleons are mainly found on which continent?

    1) Africa
    2) Antarctica
    3) Australia
    4) Asia
  • How long have reptiles been on the planet?

    1) Around 300 million years
    2) Around 200 million years
    3) Around 400 million years
    4) Around 600 million
  • How do reptiles warm up their bodies?

    1) Lie in the sun
    2) Go in the shade
    3) Lie in water
    4) Climb up a tree
  • Where do turtles lay their eggs?

    1) On sandy beaches
    2) In a nest made of twigs
    3) On the ground
    4) In the ocean
  • Which of these reptiles can change the colour of their skin?

    1) Chameleons
    2) Pythons
    3) Alligators
    4) Tortoises
  • How do snake eat their food?

    1) They swallow it whole
    2) They bite it into small pieces
    3) They lick it
    4) They bash it into small pieces
  • Why do some lizards lose their tails?

    1) To escape from predators
    2) They cannot do this
    3) To eat them when they are hungry
    4) They get annoyed with them
  • What do snakes and lizards flick their tongues for?

    1) To help them smell things
    2) To help them see things
    3) To help them hear things
    4) To help them walk
  • Are reptiles warm blooded?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Do all snakes have venom?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Do snakes have a backbone?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Are tortoises reptiles?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Do some snakes give birth to live young?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Do reptiles shed their skin?

    1) Yes
    2) No

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