Taxonomy and Biology of Reptiles

Duration: 2 hours

Reptiles are air breathing vertebrates. The respiratory system consists of trachea and bronchi tubes that direct air to the lungs. As with amphibians, reptiles are ectothermic, which means they rely on the external environment to regulate their body temperature. With this course, you will learn about a range of different reptile species, including distinguishing characteristics, their needs (e.g. environmental, food, etc.) and behaviour.


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