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Unformatted text preview: use their shell as armor to protect themselves. Can a turtle get out of its shell? 1 crocodiles and alligators -live most of their life in the water. their eyes and nostrils are on top of their head. crocodiles have narrow head and pointed snout alligators have a broad head and rounded snout snakes and lizards- most common reptiles Snakes are carnivores. They have a special organ in the roof of their mouth that helps them smell prey. When they flick their tongue out, they place it on the roof of their mouth. The molecules tell which prey is nearby. Snakes eat their prey by swallowing them whole. Lizards eat insects and worms, some eat plants. Komodo dragon eats deer and pigs. They do not swallow their prey whole. 2...
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