Reptilia

 

Sind Träger von Salmonellen!!!!

Grundsätzlich gelten Kinder unter fünf Jahren (...) als besonders gefährdet." Tiere auf Salmonellen zu testen, bringt wenig. Auch das Testen der Tiere auf Salmonellenbefall sei keine Lösung, sagt Veterinär Pees. "Selbst wenn dabei einem Tier heute Salmonellen-Freiheit attestiert wird, kann es die Bakterien morgen schon wieder tragen", sagt der Tierarzt. "Reptilien haben nun mal Salmonellen, sie erkranken nicht daran, sondern brauchen sie womöglich sogar in ihrer Darmflora." Versuche, Reptilien mit Antibiotika salmonellenfrei zu bekommen, seien gescheitert. Die einzig wirksame Vorbeugungsmaßnahme für die Übertragung der Bakterien von Reptil zu Mensch sei, direkten und indirekten Kontakt zu vermeiden. Zu Hause könne man Reptilien ausreichend sicher halten, wenn man die Hygieneregeln befolgt. "Aber im Kindergarten sollte man das nicht machen." Es sei kaum sicherzustellen, dass sich jedes Kind, das die Tiere anfasst, auch wirklich die Hände wäscht.

 

Lack of maternal feeling, striking out and aggression.

    * Feel their family has been unfair to them/they backed out, they changed

    * have the sensation: you have been unfair to me/family on whom I am meant to be dependent/don’t feel they have got enough from family/I don’t want to

take responsibility for family and v.v.

    * LONELY

    * Senses imporTANT. To all animals but most important to reptiles

    * The hiding/the suddenness of attacking is the maximum in reptiles

    * WANTs AN EASY LIFE/Relaxed… wanting no responsibility in life/it SCARES

    * CHEATING/TREACHERY/always trying to get money/cheating/hiding

    * MONEY

    * Quick + agile

    * Very docile… but attacks is far more sudden than other animals

    * AGILE/ALERT/SHARP (snakes)

    * Feeling dependent

    * Feels fear towards special animal…. most patients fear the reptile family…don’t like them/has a huge amount of information about this animal… they

            know so much about the remedy…

it can’t be anything else

Feeling very angry/feeling being unfairly treated

Lack of concentration/can’t plan/not focussed

Anger/irritation/

LETHARGY/DROWSY

 

[Sankaran]

What do reptiles have in common? Reptiles are coldblooded. This gives them a distinct disadvantage compared to other creatures. Unlike mammals, reptiles are not able to sustain exertion in

order to escape from a predator or pursue a prey. Being coldblooded, they are not able to generate heat and need to come out in the open to bask in the sun.
So what survival strategy do they adopt?
Each reptile adopts its own unique survival pattern, yet reptiles in common are often hidden, camouflaged and rely upon sudden and surprise attack.

We know that all reptiles have underlying feelings of needing to remain concealed, being at a disadvantage, hidden violence, sudden change of form, attacking from a hidden position, deception,

violence, etc. Each order will have different shades or gradations of these themes. There could be a very strong prominence of one feature, where it completely stands out.

Reptilien waren die ersten Landwirbeltiere mit einer vom Wasser unabhängigen Fortpflanzung. Die Embryonalentwicklung geht in einer schützenden, fruchtwassergefüllten Eihülle (dem Amnion.) vonstatten, was sie von Amphibien und Fischen unterscheidet.

For example in testudines the feeling of being defenceless and weak is very strong and then we see the need to retract inside their protective shell. This will differentiate them from snakes, crocodiles

and lizards. Snakes, being limbless, also feel at a disadvantage, but they have their own characteristic ways of attack/defence i.e. by being venomous or by constriction. Lizards are more adept in being agile, alert and to stun their predator by suddenly changing their behavior by changing color or amputating their tail (autotomy), etc.; and crocodiles are specialised by their sudden burst of violent

 activity from a completely silent position.

Thereby, we can understand that reptiles have evolved into an impressive spectrum of shapes and sizes: from the shell-covered turtles and tortoises, to the long, sinuous snakes, to the swiftly moving lizards, to the heavy bodied crocodiles; along with a wide variety of strategies to survive.

Here their characteristics:

 

Tortoises, turtles and terrapins (Testudines): About 313 species/Scales modified into a shell/Four legs/no teeth/instead horny beak which covers their jaw.

            Turtles live near or under water. They only come onto the land to lay eggs and to the surface of the water to breathe.

Tortoises (sometimes called land turtles) live on land.

The land-based tortoises pull their head, legs and tail into the shell for protection.

The aquatic turtles, with their compromised ability to pull inside the shell, either snap or slide into the water, or swim away swiftly.

No parental care of young. Highly sexual.

Long, powerful tails and short legs.

A unique body form that allows them to be suspended in water - partly hidden and submerged, except for their eyes and nostrils which are exposed.

Nest attendance and parental care of young is commonly seen.

Territoriality. Stronger male dominates and fights aggressively for dominance and mating rights.

Terrifying ability to explode into sudden violent

Activity - completely unexpected in such an otherwise lethargic-seeming creature. Lie-in-wait, ambush predators.

Snakes: About 2700 species.

More active in cooler temperatures than other reptiles. Come out from their burrows at night to feed on insects and other small animals.

Limbless, though some have remnants of tiny legs near their tails. No eyelids or ear openings.

They have an immovable covering of transparent scales which protects the eyes.

Active foraging or camouflage and ambush attack. Cannot tear, can only bite or constrict. Swallow prey whole, headfirst, and then retreat to a safe place to digest slowly. Some snakes can dislocate jaws

to swallow prey larger than they themselves are.

Most dangerous are the venomous and constrictor. Strikes are fast and accurate.

Distract an onlooker’s attention, enlarging throat flaps to bluff or appear bigger than they are, etc.

These visual signals include aggression between rival males and courtship rituals between the sexes.

limbless, though some have remnants of tiny legs near their tails/skin covered with platelike, tubercular, or flat scales that can be overlapping or juxtaposed.

No eyelids or ear openings/an immovable covering of transparent scales which protects the eyes. Active foraging or camouflage and ambush attack.

Cannot tear, they can only bite or constrict/swallow prey whole, headfirst, and then retreat to a safe place to digest the meal lowly. Some snakes can dislocate jaws to swallow prey larger than they themselves are.

Most dangerous are the venomous and constrictor. Strikes are fast and accurate.

Lizards: Most lizards have four legs, while some are limbless.

Stun their prey, shake vigorously, bite and tear. Able to catch fast-moving prey/are fast-moving (most species) and agile.

Characteristics of locomotion-ability to cling to vertical surfaces.

Communication through highly stereotyped behavior – using colors (camouflage or enhancing colors) and various body morphology (tail autotomy to distract an onlooker’s attention, enlarging throat flaps to bluff +/o. appear bigger than they are).

These visual signals include aggression between rival males and courtship rituals between the sexes.

Amphisbaenians: resemble the worms, with no limbs in most species or very small front legs, but have annular scales. Inhabit underground tunnels            and burrows. Specialized for underground hearing.

Tears off chunks of flesh from prey by spinning body while gripping with mouth. Can move in both directions.

Crocodiles, alligators, caimans and gharials (Crocodylia): About 23 species/Large bodies with bony, plate-like armor in the skin along their backs.

Heavy, powerful, and expandable jaws, lined with pointed teeth capable of killing.

Hold prey underwater until it drowns, drag it away eating by tearing off large pieces by rolling it in what is called the crocodile “death roll”.

Tuataras (Sphenodontida/Rhynchocephalia)

Two species found on island off coast of New Zealand. More active in cooler temperatures than other reptiles.

Come out from their burrows at night to feed on insects and other small anima.

Species have dwindled to two, possibly due to losing competition with true lizards during later Mesozoic era and onwards.

Active at night; spend days in burrow or basking at burrow entrance.

[Note: Number of species (except snakes) according to J. Craig Venter

Institute’s reptile database and snakes number according to David Attenborough’s ‘Wildlife Specials – Serpent’]

 

R.S.: Rind. und Löwe. geformt durch Kräfte aus der Erde (Astral- = Seelenleib).

Vögel. und Reptilien geformt durch Kräfte aus dem kosmischen Weltenraum (Äther- = Lebenskraftleib).

 

    Scheu

Alligator. mississippiensis.

Basilicus. basilicus

Chelydra. serpentina = snapping turtle

Crocodylus (Gambia/Liebesgruppe)

Helo-h. Akut = Tub-ähnlich + schnell

Iguana iguana = Lizard Thanatose. (= Tod stellen). Quelle: remedia.at

Lacer. = Eidechse

Arum guttatum = Typhonium venosum/= Sauromatum venosum/= Eidechsenwurz/= „Voodoo.-Lily..x/= Wunderknolle Alismatales. Quelle: Gärtnerei

Carapax. Testudo graeca iberica = Schildkröte

Caretta. caretta = Schildkröte Panzerteil zur Vorhersagung gebraucht           

                                                           China: Schildkröte - langes Leben, Beständigkeit, Unwandelbarkeit, kosmisches Geheimnis; eines der vier Wundertiere; und Schamlosigkeit, Penis, Zuhälter, Bordellbesitzer,

Vater einer Hure u. a.

Geochelone o. Centrochelys sulcata.

Kamäleon. = Chamael-d.

Maias-l. = Dinosaurfossil/= good mother lizard    

Pogonia vitticeps = Bearded Dragon.

Schlangen allgemein.

Scincus scincus = Echse/= Karnivor/= Aphrodisiacum. Grabbeigaben.

Testudo. Hermanni Calcarea = Schildkrötepanzer

* Amphidae

Amph. = Sil-ähnlich

Anguis fragilis = Blindschleiche/= slow worm./= blindworm/= haselworm = lebend gebärend Täuschungsgruppe

 

Vergleich:

Vergleich.: Schlangen - Reptilia - Lizards - Krokodile;

Siehe: Aves + Mammalia + Pisces + Eier/Ovae

Mammalia/Aves Crocodylus Reptilia

 

[Rosina Sonnenschmidt]

Vögel. und Reptilien haben keine Leberpunkten + 4 Gallenblasenpunkte in Kniekehle und am Unterschenkel, aber haben keinen Gallenblase. (Akkupunktur)

 

 

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