[ ɹˈɛpta͡ɪl fˈamɪli], [ ɹˈɛptaɪl fˈamɪli], [ ɹ_ˈɛ_p_t_aɪ_l f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]
Related words: snake family, lizard family, amphibian family, reptile habitat, reptile care
Synonyms for Reptile family:
How to use "Reptile family" in context?
The reptile family contains a wide variety of animals, all of which have certain common characteristics. All reptiles are cold-blooded and have skeletons made of bone. They typically have a scaly skin, and many have a specialized head or skull that serves a special purpose, such as hearing or eyesight. Reptiles are creatures of the earth, and many of them are found in warm climates. They include everything from small turtles to uncommonly large snakes.
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