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Here are the top ten articles for the Reptiles and Amphibians Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Web-Footed Gecko
This article provides interesting facts and information about the Web-Footed Gecko. Learn all about its characteristics, its diet, its reproduction and so much more.
2. The Best Little Beginner Lizards
The first article in a series about the Best and Worst Beginner Lizards.
3. The Warty Newt
Learn all about the Warty newt! Read about its characteristics, its natural habitat, its diet, its reproduction and so much more!
4. Mud and Musk Turtles
A look at the most overlooked but best potential first turtles!
5. Alligator, Caiman, Crocodile or Gavial?
Most people are intrigued by reptiles. Unfortunately, confusion sets in when it is time to identify and differentiate an alligator, from a caiman, a crocodile or a gavial. What are the differences? Here are the answers that will help you identify correctly each one of these types of reptiles.
6. Fantasy Frogs
A brief look into the Fantasy Horned Frog Hybrid.
7. The Mudpuppy
What do you know about the Mudpuppy? Read it all right here, right now! Learn about the Mudpuppy's description, diet, natural habitat, reproduction and so much more.
8. The Mexican Axolotl
What is a Mexican axolotl? Is it a reptile or an amphibian? What category does it belong to? What does it eat? There are so many questions in need of answers! Read all about the Mexican axolotl right here, right now!
9. What should I feed my Iguana?
Keep your Iguana healthy with a variety of foods and supplements
10. The Spring Peeper
What is a Spring Peeper? Is it an amphibian or a reptile? What does spring have anything to do with it? After asking yourself so many questions, why not find the answers? Read and learn all about the Spring Peeper right here, right now!
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