List of endangered reptiles species

This is the list of all the reptiles of which we know that have a 'Endangered' or Critically Endangered Status on the IUCN Red list.

Chiszar's Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia chiszari is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1981 by Smith and Smith.
Deppe's Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia deppii is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1828 by Arend Friedrich August Wiegmann.
Mount Zempoaltepec Alligator Lizard - Abronia fuscolabialis is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1944 by Tihen.
Terrestrial Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia graminea is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1864 by Cope.
Abronia martindelcampoi - Abronia martindelcampoi is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 2003 by Flores and Sánchez.
Matuda's Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia matudai is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1946 by Hartweg and Tihen.
Montecristo Arboreal Alligator Lizard - While there is not much known about A.
Acanthodactylus ahmaddisii - Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry shrubland.
Dary's Burrowing Snake - needs photos
Spanish Keeled Lizard - Its natural habitats are temperate forests, rivers, and rocky areas.
Chinese alligator - While its appearance is very similar to its cousin, the American Alligator, there are a few differences.
Antiguan racer - The Antiguan Racer is a snake which belongs to the family Colubridae, which includes about half of the world's known snake species.
Anguilla Racer - The Leeward Island Racer is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Saba Racer - The Red-bellied Racer is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
St. Croix Ameiva - Growing to a size of between 35 and 77mm , it is noticeable for the pattern of light brown, dark brown and white longitudinal stripes down its back.
Culebra Giant Anole - The Culebra Island Giant Anole ) is an extremely rare or possibly extinct lizard of the Anolis genus.
Woma - One of two species of Aspidites, the Pitless pythons, an Australian genus of the Pythonidae.
Radiated tortoise - The oldest tortoise ever recorded, indeed the oldest reptile ever recorded, was a radiated tortoise, Tu'i Malila; there is controversy over whether she lived 150, 188, or 250 years.
Common river terrapin - Carapace moderately depressed, with a vertebral keel in the young, which keel disappears in the adult; nuchal broader than long; first vertebral as broad in front as behind, or a little broader; vertebrals 2 to 4 subequal, much broader than long in the young, nearly as long as broad and as broad as the costals in the adult, the postero-lateral border of the third vertebral strongly concave.
Alcatrazes lancehead - Grows to a maximum size of 46.
Fiji banded iguana - The species is diurnal, spending their days foraging, basking and watching over their territories by day and retreating to the treetops at night.
Fiji Crested lguana - The generic name, Brachylophus, is derived from two Greek words: brachys meaning "short" and lophos meaning "crest" or "plume", denoting the short spiny crests along the back of this species.
Smith's dwarf chameleon - The Smith's Dwarf Chamaeleon is a species of lizard in the Chamaeleonidae family.
Painted terrapin - It is found in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Lionhead Agama - The Spineless Forest Lizard, Crestless Lizard or Lionhead Agama is a species of lizard in the Agamidae family.
Tiger Chameleon - It is listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List with its distribution limited to 45km.
Loggerhead Turtle - The species feeds on molluscs, crustaceans, fish, jellyfish, crabs, shrimp and Portuguese Man o' War and other small to medium-sized marine animals, which they crush with their large and powerful jaws.
Rhinoceros Agama - The arboreal leaf-nosed lizard, also known as the "horn-nosed lizard" or "Horned lizard", has a leaf-like appendage on the end of its nose, the species can reach lengths of over 8 inches including the tail.
Barbour's Montane Pit Viper - Adults generally grow to 30-40 cm in length, with a maximum of 51.
Chalcides parallelus - Doumergue's Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Mccord's Snakeneck Turtle - The Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle was split from the New Guinea Snake-necked Turtle and regarded as distinct species in 1994 after Dr.
Common Green Turtle - The green turtle is a kind of sea turtle, possessing a dorsoventrally-flattened body covered by a large, teardrop-shaped carapace and a pair of large, paddle-like flippers.
Redneck Pond Turtle - The Red-necked Pond Turtle is a species of turtle in the Bataguridae family.
Reeves' Turtles - The Chinese Pond Turtle, Reeve's Turtle, Chinese Three-keeled Pond Turtle, Golden Turtle, or Japanese Coin Turtle is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae .
Nutaphand's Narrowhead Softshell - The Striped Narrow-Headed Softshell Turtle is a species of softshell turtle in the Trionychidae family.
Narrowhead Softshell - Type locality: "India, fl.
Orinoco crocodile - It is restricted to the Orinoco river drainage basin and the Meta River drainage basin in Colombia and Venezuela.
Philippine freshwater crocodile - The Philippine crocodile is a relatively small freshwater crocodilian endemic to the Philippines.
Cuban crocodile - This species has numerous interesting characteristics that set it apart from other crocodilians, such as its brighter adult colors, rougher, more 'pebbled' scales, and long, strong legs.
Siamese crocodile - In the wild they prefer slow moving waters like swamps, rivers, and some lakes.
Santa Catalina Island Rattlesnake - This species is relatively slender and stunted, growing to a maximum of 73.
Tancitaran Dusky Rattlesnake - Adult males may grow to more than 50 cm in length.
Aruba Island rattlesnake - Moderately sized, this species attains an adult length of approximately 90 cm.
Baker's Spinytail Iguana - Ctenosaura bakeri, also known as the Utila iguana, Baker's spinytail iguana, Swamper or Wishiwilly del Suampo, is a critically endangered species of spinytail iguana endemic to the island of Utila, one of the Islas de la Bahía off the coast of Honduras.
Ctenosaura flavidorsalis - The Yellowback Spiny-tailed Iguana is a species of lizard in the Iguanidae family.
Ctenosaura melanosterna - The Honduran Paleate Spiny-tailed Iguana is a species of lizard in the Iguanidae family.
Oaxacan spiny-tailed iguana - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.
De Queiroz's Spinytail Iguana - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.
Guatemalan spiny-tailed iguana - The Guatemalan spiny-tailed iguana feeds on leaves and the fruits of the cactus Stenocereus pruinosus and occasionally insects .
Yellow-headed box turtle - This turtle is endemic to the central Chinese Anhui Province .
Indochinese box turtle - The Indochinese Box Turtle aka Vietnamese Box Turtle or Flowerback Box Turtle is a species of box turtle from China , northern and central Vietnam,Laos and possibly northeastern Cambodia.
Mccord's box turtle - Described by Ernst in 1988 from the Chinese pet trade, this turtle lacked distribution data for 19 years until Zhou et al.
Pan's box turtle - Pan's Box Turtle is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae .
Chinesethree-striped Box Turtle - Cuora trifasciata is a species of turtle endemic to southern China, known in English as the Golden Coin Turtle or Three-striped/-banded/-lined Box Turtle.
Zhou's box turtle - Zhou's Box Turtle is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae .
Turks Island Iguana - The Turks and Caicos rock iguana, Cyclura carinata carinata, was first described by American Zoologist Richard Harlan in Fauna Americana in 1825.
Anegada ground iguana - The Anegada iguana is noted as the oldest species of Cyclura and the most genetically unique of the West Indies' rock iguanas.
Ricord's Ground Iguana - Its generic name is derived from the Ancient Greek cyclos  meaning "circular" and ourá  meaning "tail", after the thick-ringed tail characteristic of all Cyclura iguanas.
White Cay Ground Iguana - Cyclura rileyi, commonly known as the San Salvador Rock Iguana or Bahamian Rock Iguana, is a critically endangered species of lizard of the genus Cyclura native to three island groups in the Bahamas.
Central american river turtle - Dermatemys species are fairly large turtles, attaining a maximum size of 65 cm in carapace length, and they can weigh in the range of 20 kg .
Leatherback Turtle - Leatherback turtles follow the general sea turtle body plan of having a large, dorsoventrally flattened, round body with two pairs of very large flippers and a short tail.
Elusor macrurus - The Mary River Turtle was described by Cann & Legler it is a monotypic genus representing a very old lineage of turtles that has all but disappeared from the evolutionary history of Australia.
Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata squamata junior synonym
Blue Mountains Tree Skink - The Blue Mountain Water Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Gallotia auaritae - Its decline started 2000 years ago with the arrival of humans on La Palma consumption by people, and habitat destruction for agriculture.
Gallotia intermedia - It was discovered in 1996 by biologist Efraín Hernández in the Macizo de Teno in the extreme northwest of Tenerife .
Simony's Lizard - Gallotia simonyi is a species of lacertid that can be found on the island of El Hierro, one of the Canary Islands.
Blunt-nosed leopard lizard - The blunt-nosed leopard lizard is a relatively large lizard of the Crotaphytidae family.
Gavial - The fossil history of the Gavialoidea is quite well known, with the earliest examples diverging from the other crocodilians in the late Cretaceous.
Burmese star tortoise - This tortoise can easily be distinguished from the more common Indian Star Tortoise by comparing the plastrons of the two species.
Okinawa Black-breasted Leaf Turtle - At first it was considered a subspecies of Geoemyda spengleri, and named Geoemyda spengleri japonica.
Chinese Blackbreasted Leaf Turtle - It is sometimes kept as a pet.
Bog turtle - The bog turtle was first discovered and scientifically identified in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania during the 1700s by Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst Muhlenberg, a self-taught colonial botanist and clergyman.
Yellowblotched Map Turtle - It is endemic to the United States.
Arakan forest turtle - The Arakan Forest Turtle was believed extinct , but in 1994 was rediscovered when a few specimens turned up in Asian food markets.
Spiny turtle - The origin of its common and specific name is immediately apparent from the sharp, pointed, spiky-edged carapace, and spiny keel, of this unique turtle, also known as the ‘cog-wheel turtle'.
Aurelio's rock lizard - Aurelio's Rock Lizard is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family.
Carpetane rock lizard - Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, temperate grassland, rocky areas, and plantations .
Elongate Tortoise - Elongated Tortoise is a species of tortoise found in Southeast Asia and parts of South Asia.
Travancore tortoise - Indotestudo forstenii called Forsten's Tortoise and Travancore Tortoise is a species of tortoise found on the Indonesian isle of Sulawesi .
Janetaescincus braueri - The Brauer's Burrowing Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Vesey-fitzgerald's burrowing skink - The species epithethon commedorates the Irish ecologist Lesley Desmond Foster Vesey-Fitzgerald.
Seychelles House Snake - Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and rural gardens.
Lepidoblepharis montecanoensis - The Paraguanan Ground Gecko is a species of lizard in the Gekkonidae family.
Kemp's Ridley Turtle - Kemp's Ridley is the smallest living sea turtle species, reaching maturity at 2-3 feet long and averaging only 45 kilograms .
Allan's Lerista - It is listed as Critically Endangered under the IUCN Red List, and as Endangered on Queensland's Nature Conservation Act 1992.
Brown-flecked Lerista - The Mount Cooper Striped Lerista is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Ornate Ground Snake - The St Lucia Racer is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Seychelles Wolf Snake - Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
Cyclades blunt-nosed viper - Grows to an average length of 50-70 cm, with a maximum of 98.
Brown Tortoise - The largest tortoise in mainland Asia; large adult of the northern subspecies, M.
Annam Leaf Turtle - The Vietnamese Pond Turtle or Annam Leaf Turtle is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae .
Yellowpond Turtle - It is a parent of several hybrid Asian pond turtles that were described as new species.
Acacia Knobtail Gecko - Nephrurus deleani is a species of lizard in the Gekkonidae family.
Burmese Peacock Softshell - The Burmese Peacock Softshell is a species of softshell turtle in the Trionychidae family.
Chinese Stripeneck Turtle - The Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle is a species of turtle in the Geoemydidae family.
Ophryacus melanurus - Adults grow to between 37.
Opisthotropis kikuzatoi - The Kikuzato's Brook Snake, Opisthotropis kikuzatoi, is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Malaysia Giant Turtle - The Bornean River Turtle or Malaysian Giant Turtle is a species of turtle in the Bataguridae family.
Cantor's giant softshell - Cantor's giant soft-shelled turtles can grow up to 6 feet in length and weigh more than 100 pounds .
Roundlsland Day Gecko - This lizard belongs to the largest living day geckos.
Scortecci's Orangetail Lizard - Philochortus zolii is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family.
Louisiana Pine Snake - The species was first described by Olive Griffith Stull in 1929 as a subspecies of P.
Bighead Turtle - It is found in China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Podarcis raffonei - Its natural habitats are Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation and rocky shores.
Geometric turtle - They are sadly dying.
Small-fingered Psammodromus - Its natural habitats are Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation and temperate grassland.
Western swamp turtle - The Western Swamp Tortoise , also known as the Western Swamp Turtle, is a short-necked freshwater tortoise that monotypically represents the sub-family Pseudemydurinae.
Alabama Redbelly Turtle - Adult red-bellied turtles are approximately 1 foot in length.
Euphrates Softshell - The Euphrates Softshell Turtle is a species of softshell turtle in the Trionychidae family.
Swinhoe's Soft-shelled Turtle - Rafetus swinhoei have been known to inhabit the Yangtze River and Lake Taihu, situated on the border of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, in eastern China; Gejiu, Yuanyang, Jianshui and Honghe in Yunnan province in southern China; and the Red River in the north of Vietnam.
Beal's eyed turtle - It is found in China and Hong Kong.
Four-eyed turtle - A male of this species has successfully produced hybrids with the Chinese Pond Turtle in captivity.
Islamonito Least Gecko - The Monito Gecko is restricted to two locations, one along the island's northwestern shelf over a sea cave, and one along the northeastern edge in the vicinity of Castle Rock, in the island of Monito which measures approximately 500 by 300 meters, an area of 0.
Rim rock crowned snake - The Rim Rock Snake is a species of snake found only in Florida.
Telescopus hoogstraali - Telescopus hoogstraali is an endangered species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Coahullan Box Turtle - When the turtles come out of hibernation in april the males spend most of early summer chasing after females.
Egyptian tortoise - Kleinmann's Tortoise , often called Egyptian Tortoise and occasionally Leith's Tortoise, also includes the Negev Tortoise.
Adelaide Scrub Skink - http://www.
Tomistoma - From a morphological standpoint, it has been originally placed within the family Crocodylidae, but recent immunological studies have shown that it is more closely related to the gharial than was originally thought.
Brazilian Slider - The Carvalho's Slider is a species of turtle in the Emydidae family.
Mona Worm Snake - Known only from the type locality, which is given as "Mona Island, West Indies.
Coachella valley fringe-toed lizard - The Coachella Valley Fringe-toed Lizard is restricted to habitats with fine, windblown sand deposits in the sandy plains of the Coachella Valley, Riverside County.
Cochin forest cane turtle - The Cochin Forest Cane Turtle , also known as Kavalai Forest Turtle, Forest Cane Turtle or simply Cane Turtle, is a rare turtle from the Western Ghats of India.
Darevsky's Viper - The reported maximum length for females is 42.
Kaznakow's Viper - A stoutly built species, of which the males are usually shorter and more slender than the females.
Black Sea Viper - Probably does not grow to more than 60 cm in length.
Orsini's Viper - Adults average 40-50 cm in length, although specimens of 63-80 cm have been reported.

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