all fish are ...
bird that encloses itself in its nest with a mud wall
round, tough layers of skin covering the turtle's shell
baby frogs and toads
largest poisonous snake in the world
basic cause of all weather
the "red planet"; Viking spacecraft landed here
lizard that is more at home in water than on land
breathing organs of a fish
can dive through the air at speeds of 220 mph or more
most turtles are...
African black mamba
lizard that can squirt a stream of blood from its eyes
secreted by amphibians to protect themselves
crocodilians that live only in the southeastern United States and along China's Yangtze River
upper section of the turtle's shell
slightly larger than our moon; closet planet to the sun
how many major wind systems do we have?
small piece of ice tossed up and down inside a cloud, becomes coated with layers of ice, and finally falls to the earth
has 7 bands made up of ice particles & rocks; second largest planet
tilt of the earth's axis
causes different seasons
largest bird in the world
process in which a snake looses its outer skin
fish with both eyes on one side of its head
process in which an animal changes form as it grows older
poison produced by some snakes
South American relative of the ostrich
hard, rounded disks on fish for protection
brightest planet in the sky; Earth's twin
causes dew and frost
only planet with a bountiful supply of water and suitable for living
amount of water vapor that the air can hold at a given temperature
Jacobson's organ helps the snakes sense of ...
reptile that guards its eggs until they hatch
Japanese giant salamander
shedding their tails
how many lizards escape danger
only bird that can fly backwards
helps fish to stay at one level in the water without sinking
largest planet; Great Red Spots swirls in its atmosphere
young amphibians breathe with these until their lungs develop
lizard that can change its color to match its surroundings
discovered by Sir William Herschel; tipped over on its side
tiniest snake in the world
gila monster and beaded lizard
only lizards in the world that use poison to stun their prey
example of jawless fish
makes up a tough, flexible skeleton of a shark
appears royal blue; has the strongest winds measured anywhere in the solar system
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