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Slender, burrowing, wormlike, legless amphibians known as caecilians that live hidden underground are part of this order.
a) apoda/gymnophiona b) caudata/urodela c) salientia d) sphenodon
These rare, lizard like reptiles have a crest of enlarged spines along its neck and a “third eye” on top of its head. These are commonly called the Tuatara.
a) sphenodon b) salientia c) chelonia d) crocodilia
The scaled reptiles, snakes, lizards, boa, komodo dragon, cobra all belong to this order.
a) squamata b) sphenodon c) salientia d) chelonia
The lamprey and the hagfish are known for having a circular opening for a mouth and belong to this group.
a) cyclostomata b) chondrichthyes c) osteichthyes d) sphenodon
The salamanders, newts, mudpuppies have elongated bodies, long tails, short legs, and soft, moist skin. They are part of which order?
a) caudata/urodela b) salientia c) chelonia d) chondrichthyes
Turtles and tortoises have shells and toothless jaws. Their shell develops from ribs. They are part of which order?
a) chelonia b) salientia c) sphenodon d) caudata/urodela
The catfish and eels are examples of fish with bones.They belong to which order?
a) osteichthyes b) chondrichthyes c) cyclostomata d) chelonia
Alligators, crocodiles, caimans and gavials belong to a group with long tails, thick skin, and are large. They typically have 4 chambered hearts. They are part of which order?
a) crocodilia b) chelonia c) salientia d) apoda/gymnophiona
The frogs and toads can leap, have smooth skin or dry skin depending on which environment they live in and are part of which order?
a) salientia b) chelonia c) sphenodon d) caudata/urodela
Sharks, rays, chimaeras belong to this class with skeletons made of cartilage rather than bone.
a) chondrichthyes b) osteichthyes c) cyclostomata d) chelonia
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