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Blue Tongue Skink
Habitat: Forests, grasslands, rain forests, and deserts
Food: Snails, insects, worms, fruit, and flowers
Size: Up to 2 feet long
Babies: Hatch from soft-shelled eggs inside the mother.
Area: Solomon Island
Food: Plants, leaves, flowers, fruit
Size: 32 inches long
Babies: The baby stay close to the parents for six months after birth.
Habitat: Dry forest savannah, thorn scrub
Size: 3 to 6 feet long
Babies: These oviparous (egg-laying) pythons lay 4 to 12 eggs depending on the age and size of the females.
Green Tree Python
Area: New Guinea and extreme northeastern Australia
Habitat: Rain forest trees
Food: Small mammals, rodents, in some cases reptiles
Size: 6 feet long, 2.4 to 3.1 lb
Babies: Hatchlings are typically lemon yellow with broken stripes and spots of purple and brown.
Area: Malay Peninsula, Thailand and Sumatra
Habitat: Tropical forests, palm plantations
Food: Mammals, rodents like rats but also birds
Size: 36 to 72 inches.
Babies: The eggs hatch after a period of 70 to 80 days, and the hatchlings are 12 to 18 inches in length.
Area: United States
Habitat: fields, meadows, forests and rural areas
Food: Lizards, frogs, rodents, bats and birds and eat bird eggs
Size: 24 to 72 inches in length
Babies: Babies need to fend for themselves from the first day of their life.
Food: Insects and invertebrates
Size: 15 inches in length
Babies: Females lay two, hard, white eggs stuck together on rock surfaces by a glue-like liquid.
Fat Tail Gecko
Area: Western Africa
Size: 5 inches in length
Babies: The female will lay 2 eggs 3 -4 weeks after breeding in a moist hide
Red Tail Boa
Soft Shelled Turtle
Black Throated Monitor
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