garter snakeSnake

Snakes are reptiles. They have no legs and no eyelids. Snakes move by slithering along the ground.

Go to 42explore: Snakes for more information.

Movies

video cameraYou'll need a player that can handle QuickTime videos to view the movies. Go to Apple: QuickTime Player to download a free player.

Snake
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/snake.mov
Description (QuickTime Movie, no sound): A snake moving across rocks on the western edge of Yellowstone National Park.

Photographs

Garter Snake
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/gartersnake.jpg

Glossy Snake - New Mexico
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/glossysnake.jpg

Glossy in Brush - New Mexico
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/snakea.jpg

King Snake
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/kingsnake.jpg

Racer Snake
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/racer01.jpg

Rattlesnake
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/rattlesnk01.jpg
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/snake/rattlesnk02.jpg


Naturescapes Starters is a copyright-friendly image and movie resource for educators and students. The collection was developed as part of a partnership between the eduScapes natureScapes project and TIPT - PT3 project.

The photographs and movies above can be used in educational projects, but may not be reproduced for sale. Be sure to include the following citation somewhere in your project. Insert the title of the photograph or movie where it says ImageName.

Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (2004). ImageName. Naturescapes Starters. <http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters>

 

 

Created 2/04.