By: Douglas N., Jake F., and Willy R.
Reptiles are very different than common animals. They are cold-blooded animals that adjust to the climate around them. Reptiles live in all conditions, but do not live in the continent of Antarctica. There are four major types of reptiles: turtles, snakes, crocodilians, and lizards. There are 6,360 species of reptiles in the World. There are 25 species of crocodilians, 335 species of turtles, 2,900 species of snakes, and 3,000 species of lizards. To go to the Reptile quiz click here.To go to Thinkquest click here. To view our copyright page Click Here.