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Science 1077, 4th Edition, 3rd Checkup
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the God-given ability to know or do something in a certain way
a songbird with yellow-and-black or orange-and-black feathers
an action that is the same every time the stimulus is the same
a dangerous fish with a skeleton of cartilage
not learned; God-given
an animal that has a backbone
a simple, jawless fish
a change of form
largest North American salamander
a creature that preys on other creatures
moving in waves
a fish with a broad, flat body, broad fins, and a thin tail; a type of ray
male cells that combine with eggs in the process of sexual reproduction
designed to lessen resistance to air or water flow
a large snake that kills its prey by squeezing and crushing
a small lizard having the ability to change color
a large tropical reptile having a long, pointed nose
No reptiles can be found in icy polar regions, cold ______________, or ocean depths.
The skin of reptiles is smooth and dry and often has overlapping ________________.
Most reptiles with feet have ____________ on their feet.
Most reptiles do not have gills but have __________ and breathe air.
Reptiles do not undergo ______________ as they grow and develop.
Baby reptiles look very much like their ________________, only smaller.
A tortoise is a large ________________-dwelling turtle with an arched shell.
If a lizard loses its tail, it will ___________ another tail.
The _______________ is a lizard that can change the color of its skin to match its surroundings.
The chameleon uses its long, powerful _____________ to grab its prey.
Because snakes and lizards have many of the same ____________, scientists classify them in the same category.
Some snakes and lizards lay ______________, while others bear live young.
Both snakes and lizards have an unusual sensory organ in their mouths called the ____________ organ, which is used to smell their surroundings.
Most lizards have eyelids, but a snake's eyes are covered by a clear material, and they are always ________________.
Snakes "hear" by sensing _____________ in the ground.
All snakes are ________________, but their food varies, depending on their size.
The teeth of most snakes curve ________________ into their mouths, permitting them to catch and hold their prey.
Snakes have no legs or feet, so they may _________________ around their prey.
______________ snakes have special teeth called "fangs."
______________ are hollow and are connected to poison glands.
Some of the largest reptiles living today are __________________ and alligators.
The _________________ crocodile may grow to be 20 feet and weigh as much as 1,650 pounds.
About one-half of the total body length of the crocodile consists of its strong, flattened ____________.
The tail of a crocodile is used as an oar when the animal is swimming or as a means of ______________ on land.
Crocodiles live mostly in ____________ areas of the world.
Crocodiles have long, pointed noses, and _______________ have wide, round noses.
Crocodiles and alligators are covered with a thick, tough skin and have horny ________________ over some parts of their bodies.
Shoes, handbags, suitcases, and belts are made from crocodile and alligator _________________.
In some countries crocodiles and alligators that are living in the wild are _____________ by law.
Crocodiles and alligators ______________ by laying eggs in a nest.
When young crocodiles are ready to hatch, they make _____________ noises.
A good servant of the Lord must not cause trouble but be considerate and thoughtful of the ________________ and opinions of others.
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