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Animals | March 9, 2023 1:36 PM | hangbony

Encounter wild caves like dragons that will leave you in awe and won’t believe it’s real

There are some wild reptiles in the world, many just waiting for the right scientists to discover them. For most people, it usually falls into two categories: love or hate. You can’t deny that some of the best evolutions come from reptiles, and you know, dinosaurs. Whether it’s a snake with a spider for a tail or a dragon, here are 15 of the most unique exotic reptiles in the world.

The African Pancake Tortoise This tortoise gets its name because it is the flattest of all tortoise species. Its carapace is thin, and it can easily hide in small spaces. The African pancake tortoise is also the fastest of all tortoise species, capable of moving at a speed of up to six miles per hour.

Mexican Mole Lizard This exotic reptile is one crazy critter, looking more like a worm or a snake. In actuality, it is a legless lizard. Despite its legless title, the characteristic is somewhat misleading. It indeed has legs, two front, and two back, but it’s what’s between that makes this creature so fascinating. A body that can grow as long as 9.4 inches from head to the end of the tail.

Spider-Tailed Horned Viper This is one creepy snake that even birds of prey need to be wary of. For someone who has a fear of venomous creatures, you may not be thrilled to know there’s a snake that also pretends to be a spider. The combination of two terrifying creatures of our planet.

Chinese Crocodile Lizard Its name originates from its powerful tail, which is likened to that of a crocodile. The lizard’s defining feature is its vibrant, multi-colored skin. It has a gray-brown body, a yellow-tan underside, and red or orange scales running alongside in stark contrast. The result is the uniquely colored pattern.

Flying Dragon This exotic reptile can glide from tree to tree, thanks to its wing-like structures, which are actually extensions of its ribs. The flying dragon is also called the “draco” lizard, and it is native to Southeast Asia. The reptile can glide for up to 30 feet from one tree to another, using its rib structures to stay airborne.

Bearded Dragon The bearded dragon is a popular pet due to its docile nature and ease of care. It is native to Australia and can grow up to two feet in length. Its name comes from the spiny projections under its throat, which it extends when threatened, giving the appearance of a beard.

Komodo Dragon The Komodo dragon is the largest lizard in the world, native to Indonesia. It can grow up to 10 feet in length and weigh up to 150 pounds. It is a carnivorous reptile, and its saliva contains deadly bacteria that can infect its prey and cause death.

Green Sea Turtle The green sea turtle is a large sea turtle that is native to tropical and subtropical waters around the world. It can grow up to four feet in length and weigh up to 440 pounds. The green sea turtle is an endangered species due to overhunting and habitat destruction.

Blue-Tongued Skink The blue-tongued skink is native to Australia and is a popular pet due to its docile nature and ease of care. It gets its name from its bright blue tongue, which it uses as a defense mechanism to scare off predators.


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