29-Vertebrates2 - REPTILES REPTILES Jellied Amphibian Egg...

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REPTILES REPTILES Evolution of the Amniotic Shelled Land Egg Jellied Amphibian Egg Shelled Reptilian Egg
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Reptiles Turtles Lizards Snakes Crocodilians
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Aldabra Giant Tortoise ( Geochelone gigantea ) Aldabra and Seychelles Islands in the Indian Ocean
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LIZARDS Chameleon Frilled Lizard Gila Monster ( Heloderma ) Boyd’s Forest Dragon Lizard Gecko
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GIANT MONITOR LIZARD ( Varanus komodoensis ) “Komodo Dragon” Largest Living Lizard Able to Kill a Deer Up to 10 Feet Long and 550 Pounds Mosasaur (Late Cretaceous) Marine Relative 27’ Long
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Komodo Dragon ( Varanus komodoensis ) Largest Lizard in the World R-Rated: Bloody (At the End) ******* Killing and Eating Water Buffalo
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Python Green Snake Rattlesnake Prairie King Snake Blue Malayan Coral Snake Snakes
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Archosaurians “Ruling Reptiles” Dominated Land, Sea, and Air in the Middle to Late Mesozoic
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Crocodile Orinoco Crocodile Alligator Gavial Crocodilians
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Saurischians THEROPODS Carnivorous Dinosaurs (Bird Ancestors) CLAW OF CARNOSAUR BARYONYX Nine Inches Long
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 190a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at UMass (Amherst).

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