Classification of Living Reptiles This database is intended to provide information on the classification of all living reptiles by listing all species and their pertinent higher taxa. The database therefore covers all living snakes, lizards, amphisbaenians and crocodiles.
Crocodile Talk Crocodilians are the most vocal of all reptiles, and calls vary widely depending on species, age, size and sex. Context is also very important, and some species can communicate over 20 different kinds of messages through sound alone. But just what are they saying?
Crocodilians Natural History and Conservation Welcome to the crocodile site, which aims to provide everything you need to know about crocodiles, from the different species, their biology, how they talk, and even their captive care.
First-School's First Amphibians Come and have fun with First Amphibians for young children (ages 2-6). Visit an amphibian for lesson plans and activities that include easy instructions and a list of materials needed. You will find printable crafts, activities, coloring pages, recommended literature and related resources.
First-School's First Reptiles Come and have fun with First Reptiles for young children (ages 2-6). Visit a reptile for lesson plans and activities that include easy instructions and a list of materials needed. You will find printable crafts, activities, coloring pages, recommended literature and related resources.
Frogwatch USA Welcome to Frogwatch USA. This Web site is the Internet presence of an educational frog and toad monitoring program coordinated by the US Geological Survey Patuxent Wildlife Research Center.
Rattlesnakes Info on behavior, life cycle, and habitat. Link to page for tips on to avoid and treat rattlesnake bites.
Reptile Information Reptile is the familiar name given to a member of the class Reptilia. Included in this class are Turtles which include tortoises, terrapins and sea turtles; the Tuatara; the Crocodilians which include Gavials, Alligators & Caiman; the Lizards; and the Snakes