Reptiles beginning with C

Cagle's map turtle - The Cagle's Map Turtle has intricate patterns on the carapace and plastron, as well as serrated edges on the posterior of the shell, as is typical of all map turtles.
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Canary Wall Gecko - Its natural habitats are temperate shrubland, Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation, rocky areas, rocky shores, sandy shores, intertidal marshes, arable land, pastureland, plantations , rural gardens, and urban areas.
Cantil - These are heavy bodied snakes, and share the same general body structure with cottonmouths.
Cantor's giant softshell - Cantor's giant soft-shelled turtles can grow up to 6 feet in length and weigh more than 100 pounds .
Canyon lizard - There are seven recognized subspecies of S.
Cape Rock Gecko - The Hawequa Flat Gecko is a species of lizard in the Gekkonidae family.
Carpetane rock lizard - Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, temperate grassland, rocky areas, and plantations .
Cat Island turtle - The Jamaican Slider also known as the Cat Island Slider is a species of fresh water turtle in the Emydidae family.
Caucasus Viper - For adult males, the maximum length is 78 cm, for females 70 cm.
Cayman Islands Ground Iguana - The Cuban iguana is distributed throughout the rocky southern coastal areas of mainland Cuba and its surrounding islets with a feral population thriving on Isla Magueyes, Puerto Rico.
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 .
Central Antilles Slider' - The Central Antillean Slider is a species of turtle in the Emydidae family.
Central Asian Cobra - It is found in Afghanistan, NE Iran, NW India, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, SW Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
Cerrobaul Alligator Lizard - Abronia ornelasi is an arboreal alligator lizard described in 1984 by Campbell.
Chalcides minutus - Chalcides minutus, or the Small Three-Toed Skink, is a species of skink found in Morocco and western Algeria.
Chalcides parallelus - Doumergue's Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Chalcides pseudostriatus - The Moroccan Three-Toed Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Chalcides sexlineatus - The Gran Canaria Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family which is endemic to Gran Canaria.
Checkerboard Worm Lizard - The checkerboard worm lizard, Trogonophis wiegmanni, is a species of reptile in the Trogonophidae family.
Chevron skink - The specific epithet means "smoothed backed".
Chiapas Giant Musk Turtle - The Giant Musk Turtle is a species of turtle in the Kinosternidae family.
Chinese alligator - While its appearance is very similar to its cousin, the American Alligator, there are a few differences.
Chinese Blackbreasted Leaf Turtle - It is sometimes kept as a pet.
Chinese Soft-shelled Turtle - There is a subspecies japonicus which is sometimes erroneously listed as Pelodiscus japonica.
Chinese Stripeneck Turtle - The Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle is a species of turtle in the Geoemydidae family.
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.
Chiszar's Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia chiszari is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1981 by Smith and Smith.
Christmas island blind snake - Found on Christmas Island The type locality given is
Christmas Scaly-toed Gecko - Lister's Gecko is a brown lizard growing to 5 cm.
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.
Coachwhip - Masticophis flagellum is a species of non-venomous colubrid snakes commonly referred to as coachwhips or whip snakes.
Coahullan Box Turtle - When the turtles come out of hibernation in april the males spend most of early summer chasing after females.
Coast horned lizard - The coast horned lizard appears rough and spiky but is actually smooth-skinned, although it has sharp spikes along its sides, back and head.
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.
Coffee Worm Snake - Found from Mexico south to Guatemala and Honduras .
Collared lizard - These reptiles are often tamed and kept as pets.
Colosi's Cylindrical Skink - The population of C.
Common box turtle - Terrapene carolina, also known as Eastern Box Turtle, is a species of box turtle which consists of six subspecies.
Common caiman - This species has actually benefited from commercial utilisation and over-hunting of other species within its range , taking over habitat from which it would otherwise have been out-competed by healthy populations.
Common garter snake - The common garter snake is a diurnal snake.
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.
Common lesser earless lizard - There are nine recognized subspecies of Holbrookia maculata, many of which in the past held full species status:
Common Lizard - The length of the body is less than 12 centimetres .
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.
Common Viper - Relatively thick-bodied, adults grow to 60 cm in length with an average of 55 cm .
Common Wall Gecko - The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1758.
Common wall lizard - The common wall lizard is a small, thin lizard whose small scales are highly variable in colour and pattern.
Concho water snake - The Concho Water Snake is a species of mostly aquatic, non-venomous colubrid snake native to the United States, only in west-central Texas.
Constanze's Tree Iguana - Liolaemus constanzae, known as Constanze's Tree Iguana is a species of lizard in the Iguanidae family.
Cope's Leopard Lizard - The Baja California leopard lizard is an uncommon species.
Cope's Mountain Meadow Snake - The snake dwells in the wetlands of west-central Mexico, in such areas as Jalisco, Michoacan, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, and northern Morelos.
Copperhead - Agkistrodon contortrix is a species of venomous snake found in North America, a member of the Crotalinae subfamily.
Cordylus lawrenci - The Lawrence's Girdled Lizard is a species of lizard in the Cordylidae family.
Crevice spiny lizard - Crevice spiny lizards are typically grey in color, but sometimes can have a ruddy red-brown appearance with a black and white collar around the neck region.
Cross-banded Mountain Rattlesnake - Adults grow to a maximum recorded length of 46.
Crowned river turtle - Carapace moderately depressed, with an interrupted tubercular keel; margin not serrated; nuchal narrow, broadest posteriorly; first vertebral usually narrower anteriorly than posteriorly, lateral borders usually slightly sinuous; second, third, and fourth vertebrals considerably broader than long in the young, nearly as long as broad in the adult.
Ctenosaura alfredschmidti - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
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.
Cuban boa - Found in Cuba and adjacent islands, including Isla de la Juventud, the Archipiélago de los Canarreos , the Archipiélago de los Colorados off the northern coast of Pinar del Río, the Archipiélago de Sabana-Camagüey .
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.
Culebra Giant Anole - The Culebra Island Giant Anole ) is an extremely rare or possibly extinct lizard of the Anolis genus.
Cyclades blunt-nosed viper - Grows to an average length of 50-70 cm, with a maximum of 98.