Reptiles beginning with T

Tabasco mud turtle - The Tabasco Mud Turtle is a species of turtle in the Kinosternidae family.
Tancitaran Dusky Rattlesnake - Adult males may grow to more than 50 cm in length.
Tarapaca Pacific Iguana - The Tarapaca Pacific Iguana is a species of lizard in the Iguanidae family.
Taylor's Ground Skink - Like all members of the genus Scincella, S.
Telescopus hoogstraali - Telescopus hoogstraali is an endangered species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Tenerife Wall Gecko - Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation, rocky areas, rocky shores, pastureland, rural gardens, and urban areas.
Terrestrial Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia graminea is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1864 by Cope.
Texas alligator lizard - The Texas alligator lizard is a medium sized lizard, attaining a maximum length of approximately 24 to 25 inches.
Texas banded gecko - Texas banded geckos are small, terrestrial lizards, rarely exceeding four inches in length.
Texas Blind Snake - These snakes appear much like shiny earthworms.
Texas coral snake - The Texas Coral Snake is a species of venomous elapid snake that is ranges the southern United States south to northeastern and central Mexico.
Texas horned lizard - The horned lizard is popularly called a "horned toad," "horny toad," or "horned frog," but it is neither a toad nor a frog.
Texas spiny lizard - Texas spiny lizards are 7.
Tiger Chameleon - It is listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List with its distribution limited to 45km.
Tiger rattlesnake - A relatively small species with adult reaching less than 100 cm in length.
Timber rattlesnake - Adults usually grow to an average length of 91-152 cm .
Tinyeyelid Galliwasp - Celestus microblepharis is a species of lizard in the Anguidae family.
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.
Tortuga Island Rattlesnake - This species is smaller than its close relative, C.
Transvaal Flat Lizard - The females and juveniles of this Platysaurus are brown on their backs and yellow on their tails.
Transvaal Quill-snouted Snake - This species is listed as Data Deficient on the IUCN Red List of threatened species .
Trapelus savignii - The Savigny's Agama is a species of lizard in the Agamidae family.
Travancore tortoise - Indotestudo forstenii called Forsten's Tortoise and Travancore Tortoise is a species of tortoise found on the Indonesian isle of Sulawesi .
Tropical Forest Snake - Calamodontophis paucidens is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Tuatara - Tuatara are greenish brown, and measure up to 80 cm from head to tail-tip with a spiny crest along the back, especially pronounced in males.
Turkish Viper - Stoutly built, adult females are reported to reach a maximum length of 60 cm.
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.
Twin Spotted Rattlesnake - Adults usually do not exceed 50-60 cm in length.
Twin-striped Skink - Ablepharus menestriesii Scincus bivittatus
Two-striped Garter Snake - The Two-striped Garter Snake is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Typhlops cariei - Found in only on the island of Mauritius.
Tzotzil Montane Pit Viper - Adults probably do not exceed 50 cm in length.