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Prehensile-tailed skink

There are more species in the skink family than in any other lizard family. They generally have reduced limbs and...
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Chilean rose hair tarantula

This medium-sized tarantula species gets its name from the pinkish hue of the hairs on its back. Like all spiders,...
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Corn Snake

Corn snakes, also known as red rat snakes, are a slender species of snake known for their orange coloration. This...
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Radiated Tortoise

Radiated tortoises are only native to the island of Madagascar but have been introduced to two other small islands to...
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African Slender-snouted Crocodile

The African slender-snouted crocodile is a medium-sized crocodilian and uses its slender snout for catching fish and other relatively small...
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Aldabra Giant Tortoise

Aldabra tortoises are the second-largest species of tortoise in the world and, like their larger relatives on the Galapagos Islands,...
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Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes are the largest venomous snakes the U.S. They are maligned and slaughtered, both opportunistically by rural citizens...
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Eastern Indigo Snake

Eastern indigo snakes are the largest native non-venomous snake in the United States. Rather than relying on constriction to disable...
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Guatemalan Beaded Lizard

The Guatemalan beaded lizard lives only in an isolated pocket of desert in eastern Guatemala. Discovered by scientists in the...
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Komodo Dragon

Komodo dragons are Earth’s largest living lizards and are part of the large family known as monitor lizards.
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Reticulated Python

Reticulated pythons, along with the green anaconda, are the largest snakes in the world. The distinction is that these pythons...
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Sidewinder

Sidewinders get their name from their unique form of side-stepping locomotion that is an adaptation for moving across loosely packed...
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Diamondback Terrapin

The diamondback terrapin is unique among all turtles, except sea turtles, in that it lives in coastal brackish waters (mixture...
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Spotted Turtle

A shy inhabitant of shallow wetlands in eastern North America, the spotted turtle gets its name from the distinctive spotted...
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