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National Reptile Awareness Day

Reptile Art Makes Every Day National Reptile Awareness Day!

October 21 is National Reptile Awareness Day! This unofficial holiday celebrates reptiles of all kinds. It's not just for people who already love reptiles, it's for everyone who wants to learn more about them.

It's a pretty well-known fact that kids love these little creatures. Dinosaurs, snakes, lizards--we're willing to bet that the person in your life who knows most about them is probably a kid. That's why we at Oopsy Daisy love our collection of Reptile Art--including Dinosaur Art. We have art that educates in the form of charts and diagrams, displays in the form of realistic illustration, and celebrate in the form of fun, artsy, interpretation.

Here are a few facts that you can use to impress the reptile fan in your life:

Q: Is a reptile a mammal or a bird?
A: A reptile is neither!

Q: Are reptiles warm-blooded or cold-blooded?
A: Reptiles are cold-blooded.

Q: What is the scientific term for the plates or shells that reptiles have?
A: This outer covering is called a scute (examples are turtle shells or crocodile skin).

Whether your little ones know a lot or are just learning the facts, Oopsy Daisy has Reptile Art and Dinosaur Art they'll love!

Reptile Art Featuring Chameleon Pals by Amy Schimler-Safford Reptile Art Featuring Chameleon Pals by Amy Schimler-Safford
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