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Reptile Species Essay Examples

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An Introduction to the Animals and Their Species: Mammals, Reptiles, Arthropods and Aves
Living creatures on Earth need three basic things in order to survive: the ability to eat, breath, and reproduce. All animals are able to do so. Animals are divided into species, among these species are: Mammals, Reptiles, Arthropods, and Aves. Mammals, also known as Mammalia, come from Latin meaning mamma breast. They...
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An Analysis of the Species and the Natural Balance in Contrast to the Natural Habitat and Adaptations to the Different Environments on the Planet Earth
1. Explain why any one species cannot live everywhere. Any species cannot live everywhere because this would effect the natural balance. Also one species cannot adapt to all the different environments of our planet. For example a marine creature can only live underwater and cannot live on ground. 2. Explain how the activi...
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The Majestic Green Sea Turtle
The green sea turtle is classified in the reptile species; their direct order is Chelonia. They can be found all over the world, they prefer warm waters of tropical and subtropical near continental coasts and around islands and, in climates where the water temperature does not go below 68* F. The green turtle is only known...
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An Introduction to the Various Species of Boa a Reptile
1 The species of boa is an attractive and fascinating reptile. Due to their great adaptation abilities they make odd, but awesome pets. They eat rats, chicks, and other small mammals in captivity. Also successful breeding is possible if the creature is properly cared for. A unique and interesting animal, the Boidae,...
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An Examination of the Savannah Monitors Lizards
Savannah monitors (Varanus exanthematicus) are medium-sized monitor lizards that are usually readily available in most reptile specialty stores and from breeders. They are intelligent (for lizards), beautiful, usually tame pretty easily, and do not grow as large as some monitors. Savannahs usually are less expensive to purc...
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A Comparison of the Alligators and Crocodiles, Reptile Species
Leigh Williams Alligators and Crocodiles Crocodiles and alligators are two reptiles that are often mistaken for each other. One of the most common questions alligator and crocodile researchers face today is what the differences are between the two. Although these reptiles favor in physical features, there are numerous dif...
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An Introduction to the Green Turtle Species Chelonia Mydas
Green Turtle Introduction The Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) is one of the many species of turtles that inhabits the vast oceans. The green turtle is named for the greenish color of it’s fat found under its shell. It is a large, heavy reptile, usually about 0.7-1.0 m in shell length and about 90-140 kg in weight. The maxim...
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Characteristics of Several Proteced Animal Species
GIANT PANDA CAPTIVE BREEDING WWF's policy on captive breeding is that: "The productive management of captive pandas would be helpful in ensuring the long-term survival of the species. All potential breeding animals in captivity should be included in an integrated programme, whose main aim should be to provide an...
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An Analysis of the Causes of Endangered Species in the United States
Causes Of Endangered Species
The term endangered is used by international and national organizations to define plants and animals currently in danger of becoming extinct. Although the term endangered is universally used, the definition of an endangered species is greatly varied. In most cases, t...
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An Introduction to the Nature and Origins of a Speedy Lynx
With a pounce and a hop the speedy lynx chases the bleached white hare through the bushes. Poof! The hare disappears into the shiny white powder. Then the sly lynx picks up the scent of the hare and pounces toward the small hairball. The sharp elongated claws don’t dig in, and the hare’s long slender legs launch himself...
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