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  • Which animal can't stick its tongue out and cannot chew as well?
    Which animal can't stick its tongue out and cannot chew as well?
    Crocodiles are animals that people are very scared of. They should be. Getting too close to a crocodile could result in some deadly consequences. The main way that a crocodile kills its prey whether it be a human or other animal is by latching onto its prey and spin the prey into a death roll. This means that the prey spins with the crocodile under water until the prey drowns. Many people who do not know the ways of a crocodile killing its prey, would assume that the crocodile uses its big sharp row of teeth to chew the prey to death. However, crocodiles cannot chew, but they usually swallow things whole. Plus, they can’t stick their tongues out either.

  • Can Lizards regenerate limbs and tails when necessary?
    Can Lizards regenerate limbs and tails when necessary?
    True and false out of all the species I know of none of them regenerate limbs but there are species of lizards as example a leopard gecko that will regenerate their tail but not all will like a bearded dragon if for some reason looses its tail it will not grow back

  • What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    Newspaper is the safest out of them all because a bearded dragon could easily mistake play sand or calcium sand for food and ingest it. The sand will block the intestinal organs and could cause impaction. I highly recommend reptile grass or newspaper. They are both safe unlike sand

  • Should you use a heat rock for Bearded Dragons?
    Should you use a heat rock for Bearded Dragons?
    No you shouldn't use a heat rock for your bearded dragon because bearded dragons do not take in heat from their bellys a bearded dragon can actually not sense when it's getting to hot on their belly cause it them to burn themselves with out them knowing which can lead to infections

  • What is the difference between Python and King Cobra?
    What is the difference between Python and King Cobra?
    Have you wondered what these two are? These are snakes, and they do have some differences that you should know, especially if you plan on going to places wherein snakes are present. The King Cobra is known to be one of the poisonous if not the most venomous snake out of all the snakes. Its venom can kill immediately, especially if the living thing has no access to an antidote. The venom is so potent that it can be fatal to huge animals. Python is known to be one of the oldest reptiles in the world. The fact that it has survived many centuries says a lot about its longevity and resilience. They are often vast, and they will usually constrict their prey until their prey dies.

  • What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    Uh no, sand can cause impaction. it is not the best surface material for a beardie boy. Reptile carpet is the best option actually.

  • What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon?
    DO NOT USE SAND FOR YOUR BEARDIE! It will cause a blockage and kill them. It is best to use paper towel, tile, newspaper, or reptile carpet.

  • What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon.
    What is the best ground surface material for the Bearded Dragon.
    Out of these 3 options news paperis the best not play sand. Any sand regular, play, calcium sand or any loose substrate in general can be bad for bearded dragons. They can cause impaction in your bearded dragon, when bearded dragons eat or explore it's quite common for the substrate to get into their mouths by them diving for food (especially babies ) or when they lick around while exploring. So even feeding them out of the cage is still not safe. You should use either reptile carpet, paper towels, news paper or tile for your bearded dragons cage. In the wild bearded dragons don't even live on sand and if they do happen to be in a place with sand it is very compacted and stuck together not loose like how regular sand is. I suggest the creator of this quiz does a little more research on beardies

  • What is a turtles beak made of?
    What is a turtles beak made of?
    The correct answer to this question is A, Keratin. It is apart of the family of proteins. Not only does it make up the turtle's beak, but it also keratin can also be found in hair, claws, and hooves. It protects epithelial cells from stress and damage. There are several types of keratins. a-keratins are found in vertebrates. In mammals, they form hair, horns, claws, and nails. b-keratins are found on reptiles and birds. This keratin is found on shells, feathers, and claws. In humans, the genome has 54 functional keratin genes encoded. They are located in two clusters of the chromosomes.

  • Which order in Reptilia is toothless?
    Which order in Reptilia is toothless?
    Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines or Chelonia and are characterized by a special bony or cartilaginous shell developed from their ribs and acting as a shield. Turtles have rigid beaks and use their jaws to cut and chew food. Instead of having teeth, which they appear to have lost about 150-200 million years ago, the upper and lower jaws of the turtle are covered by horny ridges. Carnivorous turtles usually have knife-sharp ridges for slicing through their prey. Herbivorous turtles have serrated-edged ridges that help them cut through tough plants. They use their tongues to swallow food, but unlike most reptiles, they cannot stick out their tongues to catch food.

  • Which animal is an example of a reptile?
    Which animal is an example of a reptile?
    A crocodile is a reptile. Crocodiles or true crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. The most obvious external differences are visible in the head, with crocodiles having narrower and longer heads, with a more V-shaped than a U-shaped snout compared to alligators and caimans. Another obvious trait is that the upper and lower jaws of the crocodiles are the same width, and the teeth in the lower jaw fall along the edge or outside the upper jaw when the mouth is closed; therefore, all teeth are visible unlike an alligator which possesses in the upper jaw small depressions into which the lower teeth fit.

  • How can reptiles get MBD?
    How can reptiles get MBD?
    Reptiles can get MBD through all of the above. Reptiles that eat primarily insects or plants are at risk for developing metabolic bone disease, which is caused by an imbalance in the levels of calcium, phosphorous, and vitamin D in their bodies. Snakes and other carnivorous reptiles that are fed whole prey generally get enough calcium and vitamin D in their diets, and metabolic bone disease is rarely a problem for them. If calcium levels in the blood become very low, depression, lethargy, twitches, tremors, hind end weakness, seizures, and death may result. A turtle’s shell may become unusually soft, flared up around the edges, or pointed down at the rear. If the large “scales” of a tortoise’s shell (or scutes) have an abnormal pyramid-like shape, metabolic bone disease should be suspected.

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