What does the skin of a reptile look like?
A reptile's skin is scaly and can be many colors such as green, brown, blue-green, gray, and black. It is normally very rough. The reptile species consists of alligators/crocodiles, lizards, turtles/tortoises, and snakes.
well the reptile effect is alot like the effect of the others ones that shed all of their skin. If you are happy with this answer thank you, otherwise GOT TO HELL! *i joke* well the reptile effect is alot like the effect of the others ones that shed all of their skin. If you are happy with this answer thank you, otherwise GOT TO HELL! *i joke*
There are a couple of major differences between reptiles and amphibians: * reptiles have scaly skin whereas amphibians have moist skin * reptiles have young that look just like miniature versions of the adult reptile, while young amphibians undergo metamorphosis (except for axolotls), changing considerably from their juvenile form to adult form
Something that could be pictured as a dinosuar =/ Don't know. Think of it this way: if an animal is placed in front of you, and you have to analyse it to see whether it's a reptile, what would you look for? Obviously, you'd look for scaly, greenish hues to the skin, bizarre designs and additions to the bodily functions...lots!