We all know that lizards can crawl and animals that crawl are called flying, so the answer is flying. How do reptiles move? Reptiles use various forms of locomotion to get from place to place. Although most lizards walk on ...

The platypus is a semi-aquatic mammal native to Australia (including Tasmania) and Papua New Guinea. The platypus is one of five species of monotremes in the world. These are mammals that lay eggs instead of being born and live young. ...

It is attached to the trachea, or windpipe, which lets the inhaled air fill its lungs. The glottis is extremely helpful, because when a snake is eating, it can move its glottis to the side so that its prey does ...

Parthenogenesis is a method of asexual reproduction in which females produce offspring without females without male genetic content. … There are about 50 species of lizard and 1 species of snake that reproduce by partialogenesis only (compulsory parthenogenesis). How do ...