18th November 2019

kidzworld
16

Why are so many reptiles endangered?

But that doesn't mean that reptiles can't be endangered. There are Snakes, lizards, turtles and crocodiles around the world facing the possibility of extinction due to habitat loss, pollution and human greed. Take a look at these fierce but fragile endangered reptiles that Kidzworld wants to bring to your attention.

In this way, are there any reptiles that are endangered?

Of the remainder, 35% of reptile species worldwide that have been evaluated by the IUCN are threatened: 203 species are listed as Vulnerable. 134 species are listed as Endangered. 86 species are listed as Critically Endangered.

Which is the biggest reptile on earth?

The largest living reptile, a representative of the order Crocodilia, is the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) of Southern Asia and Australia, with adult males being typically 3.9–5.5 m (13–18 ft) long.

Which country has the largest number of reptiles?

Total number of reptile species, by country
CountryBirdsReptiles
Australia7051038
Mexico1081916
Brazil1753807
Indonesia1615728
Write Your Answer

Rate

100% people found this answer useful, click to cast your vote.

5 / 5 based on 2 votes.

Bookmark

Press Ctrl + D to add this site to your favorites!

Share