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Unit 2-Rattlers!

Rattlers!

QuestionAnswer
species a group of animals or plants that share similarities
survive to remain alive or continue to exist
alert watchful and ready to respond quickly
vibrates moves back and forth or up and down very fast
surroundings the conditions and objects around something or someone
prey a creature caught and killed by another animal for food
predators animals that kill and feed on other animals
lunging making a sudden forward movement
slither to move with a sliding or gliding motion
woodlands land covered with woods or trees
fangs long, pointed teeth that an animal uses to slash or hold its prey
venom the poisonous fluid that some animals secrete as they bite or sting prey
wriggles to move along by twisting and turning the body; squirm
herpetologist a person who studies reptiles and amphibians
Created by: sarahrobin