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Dwarf Crocodile

A Dwarf Crocodile is the smallest crocodile species in the world. Unless you are walking around near the river banks in Africa, it's highly...

Darwin’s Frog

Rhinoderma Darwinii, commonly called Darwin's Frog, is named, unsurprisingly, after Charles Darwin. The great naturalist discovered it on his famous voyage on the HMS...

King Cobra

The king cobra, scientific name Ophiophagus Hannah, is perhaps the most well-known and dangerous of venomous snakes in the world. It's also the longest...

Giant Salamander

The giant salamander is a sizable amphibious animal resembling a lizard. True to their name, giant salamanders grow to reach between 12 and 70...

Prairie Rattlesnake

The prairie rattlesnake is well-known for the rattling noise it makes when the rings at the base of its tail rub against one other....

Monitor Lizard

Monitor lizards are part of the Varanidae family of reptiles, genus Varanus. Their native habitat is throughout most of Africa, Asia, Indonesia, and Australia....

Green Tree Frog

The American green tree frog is a popular pet that is the state amphibian for Georgia and Louisiana. Here are some facts about the...

Desert Tortoise

The desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) is a reptile found in the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. They are usually between six and fourteen inches long,...

Leopard Tortoise

The Leopard Tortoise is known to biologists as the Stigmochelys pardal. "Stigmochelys" means "marked turtle." Size It's one of the world's larger tortoises, weighing in at...

Indian Star Tortoise

The Indian Star Tortoise is a rare breed of tortoise found in the forests of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Its shell pattern has...
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