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Reptiles & Amphibians

by Mary Ann Kelley

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Amphibians - Slimy is Good  (Y, M)
From Biology4Kids

Frogs, Salamanders, and Caecilians  (Y, M)
From BioKIDS

Kids Discover Spotlights: Amphibians  (Y, M)
From Kids Discover.com

Amphibians  (Y, M)
From Ducksters.com, a website devoted to provide a fun, educational, and safe web portal for education.

Meet The Amphibians  (Y, M)
From the Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Reptiles  (Y, M)
Facts and games from Sheppard Software.com

Reptiles  (Y, M,)
Great photos and facts about reptiles from National Geographic.com

Reptiles  (Y, M)
From Animal Planet

Fun Reptile Facts for Kids  (Y, M)
From Science Kids

Reptiles  (Y, M)
From Kid Zone

Reptiles and Amphibians  (Y, M)
From the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.

Reptilia  (Y, M, O)
From the Animal Diversity Web online at the University of Michigan

Meet The Reptiles  (Y, M)
From the Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR)  (Y, M, O)
A resources and conservation organiztion

Herp Care Collection  (Y, M, O)
This website is owned and operated by Melissa Kaplan, the author of Reptiles for Dummies.

Reptiles  (Y, M, O)
Find out everything there is to know about reptiles and stay updated on the latest reptile news with the comprehensive articles, interactive features and reptile pictures at LiveScience.com

Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation  (Y, M, O)
This website's mission is to conserve amphibians, reptiles and their habitats as integral parts of our ecosystem and culture through proactive and coordinated public-private partnerships.

Animal Classification Game: Amphibians  (Y)

Herps of Wisconsin Amphibians and reptiles  (Y)
Wisconsin is home to 19 species of amphibians (frogs and salamanders) and 37 reptiles (snakes, turtles and lizards). Of these, seven are listed as endangered, three are threatened and 19 are listed as special concern.

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