Class of Reptiles
Reptiles are cold-blooded, air breathing, vertebras with scaly bodies. Most reptiles are egg laying animals. Reptiles have a backbone, they are vertebrates. Reptiles breath with their lungs.
Reptiles most of the time live in warm or rather hot areas so being cold blooded helps them with the heat. Reptiles also adapt very well. Having scaly skin protects them from the heat as well.
Alligators are a family of reptiles. They have scaly skin. They are cold blooded. And can live up to 60 years.
A reptile genus is the lizard. They are close to the snake family. Lizards have real slimy skin and smell with their tongue.