Reptiles | Educational Video for Kids

Reptiles | Educational Video for Kids


Hello everyone! Today we’re going to learn about some very interesting vertebrate animals: we present – the reptiles! Reptiles are vertebrate animals which are characterized by their special way of moving: many move by dragging their tummy, or abdomen, on or close to the ground; their name, in Latin, means just that: reptar mean to crawl or slither. Many are terrestrial, but there are also some that live in water. All reptiles have a number of characteristics we should know about so we can recognize them. Reptiles are cold-blooded animals that breathe with their lungs. They are oviparous, that is they reproduce by eggs; when the eggs develop and hatch, the babies are just like their parents… but very small. Aren’t they cute? As you can see, reptiles’ skin is covered with strong, tough scales, and some, like tortoises, even have a shell. It looks like he has his house on his back, doesn’t it? As for feeding well, most reptiles are carnivorous… They hunt, like this crocodile which has just eaten this poor rodent; or this cute chameleon, with its long, sticky tongue that catches all kinds of insects… Look, look! As we said already, most reptiles are carnivorous, but some, like this iguana, are herbivorous. There are lots of interesting things you should know about reptiles, such as: most snakes have venom in their fangs… But they’re not as bad as they seem, because they warn us of danger with their bright colors or the sound of their rattles. Chameleons are very curious: they can change color, copying the landscape around them – they blend in with the background so no-one can see them, and they become almost invisible. So let’s remember the most important characteristics of reptiles Reptiles walk by dragging their tummy on or close to the ground; they are oviparous and their body is covered with strong, hard scales… They are vertebrates and are cold-blooded… And remember, they breathe with their lungs. Reptiles really are quite interesting, aren’t they? Well, goodbye for now everyone, and don’t forget to subscribe to Happy Learning!  

Randy Schultz

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66 thoughts on “Reptiles | Educational Video for Kids

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  3. White Freddster says:

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  6. Defector Kobank says:

    I knew this comments section have already infected by reptiles.

  7. Damion C-137 says:

    bull not all reptiles have eggs rainbow boa laid live b

  8. Grady Twins says:

    Reptile from mortal kombat x!!!

  9. caden Parham says:

    ijhhbbju whistling

  10. Clint Laidlaw says:

    I like the photos. Many of the facts weren't correct though. For example most snakes are actually NOT venomous and many reptiles do not lay eggs. Might want to make a few changes.

  11. Sudsy says:

    Blue tongue skinks and many boas have live birth

  12. Sudsy says:

    Also, saying "most" snakes are venomous is incorrect, most snakes are non venomous, on top of that chameleons don't change color to blend it, it's mostly used to show mood, and that clip you showed of that "chameleon" blending in with the tree wasn't a chameleon at all, chameleons have 2 hooked toes, the toes on that creature seems the be part of a gecko if I'm not mistaken

  13. Sergio GARCÍA DELGADO says:

    reptil

  14. Selina Waseem says:

    You helped me learn for my science test

  15. Tomi Tomescu says:

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  16. Linnitt AW WEI EN says:

    i love it so much i want to die

  17. Hamze Anshur says:

    most of the reptils lives in the water

  18. VeryHardcoreMemes says:

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  19. Brian Russell says:

    Forget to subscribe to happy learning

  20. Brian Russell says:

    We use your videos in school

  21. The Izzys says:

    Awesome content. My son loves these vids. Its made my wife and I start making them as well. If you get the time, swing by, check them out. We have no idea what we're doing, but its been fun. 🙂

  22. Azurda Azurda says:

    1:54 thanks for that one WTF

  23. Jennifer Walker says:

    Thank you for making us learn more. We really like your videos. We like how you explain things. KPS Primary, Australia.

  24. lecy says:

    shows blood for animal

  25. Riley Jimison says:

    So much misinformation in this video. A lot of very very misleading and incorrect claims made in here it's painful to watch and listen to.

  26. Alicia Brown says:

    teanno ilove snake

  27. Ivan Dorantes says:

    Cool

  28. The Jurassic Jungle says:

    1: Most don't drag their bellies on the ground, but you said "most" and meant modern Reptiles, so I'll let you off the hook here.
    2: Not all Reptiles are cold blooded. A lot are warm blooded! Such as Dinosaurs, among others. Also certain species have sails to trap heat quicker so it's as if they're warm blooded as they no longer need to wait around to warm up.
    3: They don't ALL lay eggs. Some give birth to live young like the extinct family of Marine Reptiles called Icthyosaurs, and many modern Snakes and Lizards give birth to live young! Not to mention many small Dicynodonts probably gave birth to live young, too!
    4: Most Reptiles care for their young! The only ones that don't are Turtles and Tortoises, but all others, including Crocodilians, Lizards, Snakes, and even extinct ones such as Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs, Marine Reptiles, Sphenacodonts, Cynodonts, and Dicynodonts!
    5: Most Reptiles don't look identical to their parents, such as Dinosaurs. They look different at all ages to help let others know how old they are, helpful for the social groups they lived and live in. Live because one family of Theropods survived… Birds (Yeah, Dinosaurs are Birds, get over it).
    6: Chameleons don't camoflage themslves, they change color based on the temperature and their mood.
    7: Most Reptiles aren't carnivorous, like you said, instead nearly half are. Herbivores are also nearly half, and the remaining bit of them are omnivorous. Sure, most herbiverous Reptiles are extinct now, but most of the amazing qualities of Reptiles are in extinct species. 🙂

    PS: Wasn't being mean or rude, just trying to educate you and maybe get you to make a remake of this. 🙂

  29. UNSTOPABLE GG says:

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  30. UNSTOPABLE GG says:

    if u liked i hope u do good on your exam

  31. UNSTOPABLE GG says:

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  32. C S says:

    Wow I'm sure gonna past my mini review thank you for the video

  33. LXVINSUSHI says:

    Some of these things were wrong, but great video!

  34. Malissamaehill Malissahill says:

    Thank's

  35. mophish seeker says:

    I learn about pineapples at med school

  36. Miss Waffles The Kitten says:

    Don't Forget!, Birds are reptiles too!

  37. Nita Akiatan says:

    good for projects i love this

  38. KIM SEOYEON says:

    It really helps me..
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  39. Jansen De Belen says:

    oh i learn many things on science !!

  40. Łukasz Gwóźdź says:

    Most snakes aren't venomous. Only about 25% are, and most of these still are harmless for people.

  41. penguieen says:

    It reptile live on land and water

  42. Hunter Hamilton says:

    I already knew thats really easy!

  43. jonathon shults says:

    not all reptiles are oviparous

  44. jonathon shults says:

    chameleons do not change colors to blend in with their background they change color to show a signs of communicating emotions

  45. jonathon shults says:

    the scale less texas rat snake only has scales on its underside

  46. Koda The Service Borgi says:

    Hey, when you said "for kids" did you mean like 11 year olds 'cause that croc attacking the rodent dude would terrify little kids.

  47. Tyler Destroismaison says:

    awsome thanks

  48. Library Checkout says:

    All of the invertebrates are Oviparous. They all have scales (basic fact). Reptiles almost DRAG there belly on the ground. If you say that snakes are venom-ness… WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  49. Alfajores y Galletas says:

    Hello

  50. Dexaun Jackson says:

    This is at Elsa video that you made

  51. Charmander1106 says:

    sorry to be rude or something
    but some reptiles leave the eggs in their stomach, then when they hatch they give birth!
    and chameleons change the colour based ontheir emotion

  52. Bhupinder Tube says:

    Great Video – I'm not a Kid and find this very useful. Thanks.

  53. Syed Fassehhaider says:

    thank you this video is very help full for me

  54. Livi 7 says:

    Thanks for all this info i really want a chameleon!!!!!!!SO BAD

  55. salvadorRVX :v says:

    Like me the vídeo

  56. alquan nelson says:

    That was a very good video

  57. Marwa El-Kelany says:

    Thank you for your efforts
    Good luck and continue

  58. محمد القاضي says:

    I know from the video the animals lay large number of eggs and they have scales.

  59. footface says:

    r.i.p rat

  60. Cold Blood Creations says:

    Good to see we are not the only kid friendly reptile channel on YouTube!

  61. Laurentiu vlogs yt says:

    Good for kids

  62. Sarah Wooster says:

    Thank you.

  63. lgbt where you at? says:

    Thank you for helping me for my homework

  64. Kaito Kofuku says:

    Great video on reptiles!

  65. Nikash Kumar says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAV5HLIBasg

  66. Morgan Bykowski says:

    cool

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