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Reptiles and Amphibians

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Repiles and Amphibians date back thousands of
years. Before the modern day mammals roamed the
earth, Reptiles and Amphibians were the
predominant animals on the planet. Lizards, turtles,
 
crocodilians and snakes make up the more common reptiles, while frogs, toads and
salamanders populate the amphibian category. Navigate the animal listing below to find
out more information about Reptiles and Amphibians.
 

Reptiles & Amphibians Index

   A-M    N-Z
- American Alligator - Narrow-Headed Soft-Shelled Turtle
- American Crocodile - Red-Eyed Bush Crocodile Skink
- Anaconda - Red-Eyed Tree Frog
- Bearded Dragon - Red-Tailed Boa
- Burmese Python - Savannah Monitor
- Chinese Alligator - Skunk Frog
- Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake - Sudan Plated Lizard (see Great Plated Lizard)
- Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake - Sunbeam Snake
- Eastern Newt - Texas Horned Lizard
- Emerald Tree Boa - Turks and Caicos Rock Iguana
- Great Plated Lizard - Veiled Chameleon
- Green Iguana  
- Green Sea Turtle  
- Hellbender  
- Jackson's Chameleon  
- Komodo Dragon  
- Leopard Gecko  
- Mississippi Alligator (see American Alligator)  
 

Reptile & Amphibian of the Week

Red Eyed Tree Frog
 
The Red-Eyed Tree Frog is one of the most recognized tree frogs. They inhabit rainforest ecosystems in Central America.
 
Learn About the Red Eyed Tree Frog
  Red Eyed Tree frog clinging to a branch
 
 

         
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