Birds & Bats African Penguin Amsterdam Albatross Andean Condor Andean Flamingo Black Crowned Crane Brown Kiwi Bulmer’s Fruit Bat California Condor Congo Peafowl Crowned Eagle Forest owlet Indiana Bat Mexican Spotted Owl Northern Rockhopper Penguin Philippine Eagle Red-Crowned Crane Spoon-Billed Sandpiper Wandering Albatross Whooping Crane Yellow-Eared Parrot Eco Systems – Land Eco Systems – Water Land Mammals African Elephant African Lion African Wild Dog Amur Leopard Amur Tiger Arabian Oryx Asian Elephant Asian Lion Bactrian Camel Beisa Oryx Bengal Slow Loris Bengal Tiger Black Rhino Brown Hyena Cheetah Dama Gazelle Giant Armadillo Giant Panda Greater Bamboo Lemur Hairy Long-nosed Armadillo Hirola Antelope Indian Rhino Jaguar Javan Rhino Koala Malayan Tiger Polar Bear Przewalski’s Horse Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth Red Panda Red Slender Loris Red Wolf Snow Leopard Spectacled Bear Spotted Hyena Sumatran Rhino Sumatran Tiger Sun Bear Western Lowland Gorilla White Rhino Marine Mammals Blue Whale Caspian Seal Florida Manatee Hawaiian Monk Seal Hector’s Dolphin Killer Whale Oriental Short-Clawed Otter South Asian River Dolphin Sperm Whale West African Manatee Reptiles Antiguan Racer Galapagos Giant Tortoise Hawksbill Sea Turtle King Cobra Leatherback Sea Turtle Loggerhead Sea Turtle Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Panay Monitor Lizard Ploughshare Tortoise Sharks & Fish Angel Shark Bluefin Tuna Dusky Shark Great Hammerhead Shark Great White Shark Scalloped Hammerhead Whale Shark

Reptiles

Reptiles are members of the reptilia class, which are neither birds nor mammals. The reptilia class consists of Testudines (turtles, terrapins and tortoises), Sphenodontia (tuataras from New Zealand), Squamata (lizards, snakes and worm lizards) and Crocodilia (crocodiles, gavials, caimans and alligators).

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates with scaly skin. They are usually located in harsh climates such as deserts and are completely absent from the Antarctica. Most lay eggs, although many lizards and snakes give birth to live young. At least one third of all reptiles are threatened with extinction.

We have listed below reptiles which are in need of protection.

List of endangered reptiles

Cobra | Monitor Lizard | Sea Turtle | Snake | Tortoise

Cobra
Monitor Lizard
Sea Turtle
Snake
Tortoise

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