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  • Amazon Reptiles - Photographs of many species and articles on rainforest wildlife and ecology.
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  • Class Reptilia - Outline of the taxonomy of turtles, snakes and lizards, alligators and crocodiles, with information on selected subgroups and species.
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  • Coastal Plains Reptiles - Photographs and information on the snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodilians of the Coastal Plain region of the southeastern United States.
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  • Jurassosaur's Reptipage - Short articles on the biology of reptiles.
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  • Michigan Herps - An online guide to Michigan's reptiles and amphibians. Nick Scobel, an enthusiastic herpetologist, also covers herpetology and field herping and includes many fine photographs.
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  • National Collection of Amphibians and Reptiles - With over 500,000 specimens from round the world, this collection is located in Washington, DC, USA.
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  • The New Reptile Database - The database covers all living snakes, lizards, turtles, amphisbaenians, tuataras, and crocodiles.
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  • The Reptile Database - Information on all things reptilian.
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  • Reptile Image Gallery - Small images of snakes, crocodilians, and lizards by Adrian Warren.
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  • Reptile Knowledge - An educational website including information on all types of reptiles, their behavior and classification, with articles on snakes, lizards, turtles and crocodiles.
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  • Reptiles in Hiroshima - Information and photos of the 4 species of turtles, 4 lizards, and 8 snakes in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
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  • Reptiles of Australia - Checklist, photo gallery, and range maps.
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  • Reptiles of Tasmania - An outstanding guide to Tasmania's reptiles, from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service.
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  • Wisconsin Reptiles - Provides information on reptiles native to the state, with a reptile blog.
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