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Class Reptilia
Reptilia, presented as a Class in our classification, includes turtles (Testudines), snakes and lizards (Lepidosauria), crocodiles and their relatives (Crocodilia), and birds (Aves), as well as a number of extinct groups. More >>
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Reptile - Wikipedia


Reptiles are tetrapod (four-limbed vertebrate) animals in the class Reptilia, comprising today's .... clear that reptiles and amphibians are, in fact, quite different animals, and Pierre André...

Facts About Reptiles - 21 Facts Worth Knowing - Reptile Knowledge


In this article, I have compiled what I feel are some of the most interesting facts about reptiles and their diverse behavior.

Fun Reptile Facts for Kids - Interesting Information about Reptiles


Nearly all reptiles lay shelled eggs. Reptiles breathe air. Reptiles are covered in scales or have a bony external plate such as a shell. Nearly all reptiles are cold ...

10 Fun Facts About Reptiles - Animals & Wildlife - About.com


Sep 21, 2016 ... On the following slides, you'll discover 10 basic facts about reptiles, ranging from the way these vertebrates reproduce to how some of them ...

All About Reptiles - Kidzone


Fun bird facts for kids. ... So what makes a reptile a reptile? ... Some creatures that belong to the reptile group of animals are snakes, alligators, crocodiles, ...

Interesting Facts About Reptiles - Reptiles Magazine


Nov 4, 2015 ... There are still new and interesting facts to uncover about reptiles.

Reptiles Pictures | List Of Reptiles | Reptiles Facts | San Diego Zoo ...


Everything you need to know about reptiles in one place. See reptile pictures and explore reptile facts.

Interesting Animal Facts: All About Reptiles - Woman's Day


Jun 17, 2008 ... There are many interesting animal facts about reptiles that often go overlooked. Why not share the following interesting animal facts with the ...

Reptiles, Reptile Pictures, Reptile Facts - National Geographic


Learn all you wanted to know about reptiles with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.