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Lexi Pirk

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Reptiles
Lizards
Sub Orders : Lacertillian and Serpemtes
Rhynchocephalia - order
Snakes
Sub Orders: Lacertilian and Serpentes
Turtle and Tortoises
Order: Testudinata
Crocodilian- order
Alligators, crocodiles, and Charial
Chamaeleomidae
Jackson's Chameleon
Species: T. jacksonii
Genus: Trioceros
The Jackson Chameleon lives in woodlands and forests.

Iguanidae
Blue Iguana
Species: C. lewisi
Genus: Cyclura
The Blue Iguana mates from May to June

Gekkonidae
Tokay Gecko
Species: G. gecko
Genus: Gekko
The Tokay Gecko is 35 cm in length
Helodermatidae
Gila Monster
Species: H. suspectum
Genus: Heloderma
The Gila Monster normally spend there time in burrows or rocky shelters
Veranidae
Yellow Monitor
Species: V. flavescens
Genus: Varanus
The Yellow Monitor likes to live in wetlands
Biodae
Corallus Hortulanus
Species: C. hortulanus
Genus: Corallus
The Corallus grows to about 5 to 6.5 feet long
Colubridae
Boomslang
Species: D. typus
Genus: Dispholidus
The Boomslang can produce up to 30 eggs at a time
Hydrophidae
Hydrophis Platurus
Species: H. platura
Genus: Hydrophis
The Hydrophis likes to breed in warm water
Pythonidae
Green Tree Phython
Species: M. viridis
Genus:Morelia
The Green Tree Python live in rainforests
Viperidae
Vipera Berus
Species:V. berus
Genus: Vipera
The Vipera Berus eats mice,moles,and lizards
Cheloniidae
Green Sea Turtle
Species: C. mydas
Genus: Chelonia
The Green Sea Turtle like to lay there eggs in seagrass beds
Chelydridae
Snapping Turtle
Species: C. serpentina
Genus: Chelydra
The Snapping Turtle travels a lot over land to find a place o lay its eggs and find habitats
Emydidae
Chicken Turtle
Species: D. reticularia
Genus: Deirochelys
The Chicken Turtle eat fruits, crayfish,and insects
Alligatoridae
Chinese Alligator
Species: A. sinensis
Genus: Alligator
The Chinese Alligator is dormant during the winter
Crocodylidae
Saltwater Crocodile
Species: C. porosus
Genus: Crocodylus
The Saltwater Crocodile has a very wide snout compared to most crocodiles
Gavialidae
False Gharial
Species: T. schlegelii
Genus: Tomistoma
The False Gharial are mound-nesters
Tuataras
Sphenodon Guntheri
Species: none
Genus: none
The Sphenodon has brown skin with yellowish patches
By: Lexi
Pirk

Testudinidae
Reunion Gaint Tortoise
Species: C. indica
Genus: Cylindraspis
The Reunion Tortoise is 50 to 110 cm long.
Trionychidae
Smooth Softshell turtle
Species: A. mutica
Genus: Apalone
The smooth softshell turtle is very flexiable leathery.
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