Reptile species of the world

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Reptiles list

for the 167 birds, 60 mammals, 7 reptiles and14 amphibians that reproduce in Walloina, 119 species are found in the forest, that is to say 75 birds, 32 mammals, 4 reptiles and 8 amphibians.

bird species, 60 mammals, 7 reptiles and 14 amphibians in Wallonia, 119 species are found in the forest, that is to say 75 birds, 32 mammals, 4 reptiles and 8 amphibians.

rare and threatened; threatened Nordic wild mammals, birds, insects and amphibians; threatened exotic wild mammals, birds and amphibians; and threatened tropical amphibians and reptiles.

How many species of reptiles are there in the world?

There are 9,547 species of reptiles in the world, of which 864 are found in Mexico, which places our country in second place worldwide in terms of diversity, only surpassed by Australia.

What species of reptiles are there?

Reptiles are classified into lizards (saurians), crocodiles, snakes (ophidians) and turtles (chelonians). This class of animals are the ancestors of both mammals and birds. Reptiles arose from some kind of amphibians, but the details of their beginnings are unknown.


A biodiversity hotspot is a region of the world that has at least 1500 endemic plant species and has lost at least 70% of its natural habitat: it has great biological richness but higher levels of threat. Globally, there are 36 hotspots whose habitats cover only 2.3% of the Earth, but are home to half of all plants and 77% of terrestrial vertebrates.

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The Tropical Andes Hotspot, located in South America, is the most biologically rich hotspot on the planet: it is home to more than 34,000 plant and animal species, half of which are endemic, which is why it has been recognized as a "biological reserve of humanity".

Through funding from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), the Asociación de Conservación Oso Dorado Hierba Buena Allpayacu will implement a project linked to these two important species in Amazonas, in the...

Amphibian species of the world

Avella-M., A. & Rangel-Ch.,J.O. 2012. Floristic composition and structural aspects of the forest vegetation of southern Córdoba department. In: J.O. Rangel-Ch. (ed.). Colombia Biotic Diversity XII. The Caribbean region of Colombia: 477-537.

Avella-M., A. & Rangel-Ch., J.O. 2014. Oak forests types of Quercus humboldtii in the Guantiva - La Rusia - Iguaque corridor (Santander-Boyacá, Colombia): Their conservation and sustainable use. Colombia Forestal 17 (1): 100-116.

Cantillo, E.E. & Rangel-Ch., J.O. 2011. Patterns of structure and richness of forest vegetation in Colombia-synthesis-. In: J.O. Rangel-Ch. (ed.). Colombia Biotic Diversity XI. Patterns of vegetation structure and richness in Colombia: 435-461. Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Instituto de Ciencias Naturales, Bogotá D.C.

Cleef, A.M., Rangel-Ch., J.O., Van der Hammen, T. & Jaramillo-M., R. 1984. The vegetation of the forests of the Buritaca Transect, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. In: T. van der Hammen and P. Ruiz-C. (eds). The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Buritaca-La Cumbre Transect. Tropical Andean Ecosystem Studies 2: 267-406 J. Cramer, Vaduz. Cramer, Vaduz.

Amphibians ecuador

This list of reptiles of Cuba is derived from The Reptile Database which includes a total of 167 species of reptiles recorded in Cuba,[1] which are grouped into 3 orders and 21 families, and include snakes (40 species), lizards (118 species), crocodiles (3 species) and turtles (6 species).

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The emydids (Emydidae) are a family of carnivorous aquatic and semi-aquatic turtles. They live most of the time in ponds, reservoirs and rivers, going to land when they have to find suitable laying sites. This family is made up of 10 genera containing more than 50 species. One of them occurs in Cuba.

Alligatoridae (Alligatoridae) is a family of crocodilian sauropsids (reptiles) native to the Americas (with the exception of one species), commonly known as alligators, caimans and caimans. It includes the extant genera Alligator, Caiman, Melanosuchus and Paleosuchus, as well as numerous extinct genera. Of the 7 species that inhabit the Americas, 1 occurs in Cuba.


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