Program: Ramblin Reptiles

Topic(s)
Animal Biology
Description
Reptiles have inhabited this planet for 340 million years! This program takes a focused look at some of the Museum’s amazing ectotherms. This class combines live reptile observation and the study of biofacts. Observe the locomotion of a tortoise, patterns of a snake, or the blue tongue of a skink as we study the ancestors of dinosaurs.

Location(s)
Field Trip, In-Class
Duration
1 hours
Fee Description
$8.00/student at CuriOdyssey $9.00/student at your site
Grades
Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade
Standards
Life Science - 3-3a, Life Science - 3-3e
Areas of Service
San Mateo County
Other Info
Animal Ambassadors vary and may include: desert tortoise, blue-tongued skink, bearded dragon, and/or snake.

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