Yes they do. Since reptiles are ectotherms, environment temperature plays a role in the activity level of reptiles: they are active when it’s warm outside and they slow down when it’s cold. The chemical reactions needed to life are more effective at higher temperatures, so a cold reptile won’t be able to produce very much energy for movement, as opposed to a warm reptile.
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