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Reptiles

About Reptiles

One of the defining characteristics of reptiles is that every reptile is covered in scales. Scales are flat, thin, hard pieces that form a covering for reptiles. While fish have scales too, they are wet scales, unlike the dry scales of a reptile. These scales help to lock in moisture – that’s why you see many reptiles living in hot environments! A lizard is one type of reptile. They have four legs, ear openings, and moveable eyelids. Some have horns for protection, while others can inflate their bodies to squeeze between rocks and tight spaces. Crocodilians such as alligators and crocodiles have eyes and nostrils on the top of their heads. All crocodilians are carnivores, and they have large tails that they use for thrashing in defense.

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Reptile Facts


Endangered Species Spotlight

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Our Reptiles

Anegada Island Iguana

Armenian Viper

Black Mamba

Boelen’s Python

Canebrake Rattlesnake

Chinese Crocodile Lizard

Collared Lizard

Copperhead

Cottonmouth

Crocodile Monitor

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

Emerald Tree Boa

Fringed Leaf Tailed Gecko

Galapagos Tortoise

Green Anaconda

Green Tree Python

Hognosed Snake

Indian Star Tortoise

King Cobra

Komodo Dragon

Leopard Tortoise

Madagascar Big-Headed Turtle

Malaysian Giant Pond Turtle

Malaysian Painted River Turtle

Mangshan Mountain Pitviper

Matamata Turtle

Panther chameleon

Radiated Tortoise

Reticulated Python

Rowley’s Palm Pitviper

San Esteban Island Chuckwalla

Speckled Rattlesnake

Texas Rat Snake

Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

Yellow Headed Temple Turtle