Reptiles

Click on the name of the reptile below to learn more about its habitat, life span, diet and other information.

Animal NameTypeLocation
Sulcata Tortoise
Sulcata Tortoise

Sulcata tortoises are one of the largest tortoise species in the world.

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Savannah Monitor
Savannah Monitor

 The monitor's eating habits revolve around the weather. It feasts during the wet season when the food is plentiful and lives off its fat reserves during the dry season.

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Red Rat Snake
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Rainbow Boa
Rainbow Boa

Boas have special pits on their heads which allow them to detect heat to help them find warmblooded prey at night.

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Kenyan Sand Boa
Kenyan Sand Boa

The eyes and nostrils of the sand boa are on top of their head so it can breathe and search for prey while the rest of its body lies hidden beneath the sand.

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Grey Rat Snake
Grey Rat Snake

The grey rat snake is also called the oak snake because of its patterned markings that resemble oak bark.

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Ball Python

The ball python go its name because it rolls up into a ball when it feels threatened.

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American Alligator

Spanish sailors thought the alligator to be a large lizard and so named it "el lagarto," meaning "the lizard."  English sailors took the name as allagarter and in time it has become alliagtor.

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