Below are photographs of various types of animals including mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, arachnids, insects, and crustaceans that can be found in Arches National Park.
Can you tell which is which? Let's try.
Below are 8 rows of photographs of animals.
Click on the row of animals that are REPTILES to advance in this activity.
Reptiles have backbones, scaly skin, breathe with lungs and most have three-chambered hearts (some have four-chambered hearts).
The internal temperature of their bodies varies, depending on the environment.
Most reptiles lay eggs, but some can give live birth.
Except for snakes and some legless lizards (all of the lizards in Arches National Park have legs), they have paired limbs with claws on their toes.