The game teaches children fun facts about reptiles such as snakes, lizards, crocodiles and turtles. As they answer questions and match photos, the game tests students' knowledge about reptiles. Did you know that reptiles all have a hard outer skin with a scaly texture and a scaly texture. Did you know that reptiles are cold-blooded, and many lay eggs rather than having babies? These and other facts about reptiles can be found in our science game.
There are four types of reptiles: lizards (snakes), turtles (crocodilians), and snakes (snakes). Amphibians often mistake reptiles for amphibians. Salamanders and frogs are examples of amphibians with moist, wet skins.
These incredible animals can be found on every continent, including in forests and marshes, deserts, tundra, plains, and savannas. They can be as small as a thumb or larger than a school bus. These reptiles all share some similarities, such as scales and eggs. Some reptiles hunt only at night, while others hunt all day. All reptiles possess survival features, but they also depend on the environment to protect them. We need your help to make sure that we have air-conditioned buildings and old barn boards.
This science game will make it easy for your child to learn about the habits and characteristics of reptiles.