Reptiles and amphibians: Part 1

Reptiles and amphibians are the “cold-blooded” creatures of our world. Most amphibians, which include frogs and toads, live near water. Reptiles, such as snakes and lizards, are found both on land and in water.

Cold-blooded creatures do not have cold blood. Cold blooded means they are the same temperatures as the air or water around them. If they are cold they sunbathe, if hot they seek shade.

Q. Are snakes reptiles or amphibians?

A. Snakes are reptiles.

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