Green Anole

Green Anole
Anolis carolinensis
Photo credit: Walkingfox

 

The Endangered Reptiles of Florida

 

 

Florida is a Natural Environment for

its multitude of Reptilian species.

The warm, wet climate and the vast swampy places

here give them almost everything that they

could ever require to flourish.

 

Only one thing stands in their way, Humans!

 

Florida's Wildlife, including its Reptiles,

are being continually pushed farther and

farther away from their nesting and food Habitats.

The constant demand for new construction in

this state is the biggest threat to their future.

 

A critical Environmental factor in the health of Florida's

Reptiles and all Wildlife, is the purity of our water.

 

Florida's Ecosystems have been pushed to the brink and

 the Wildlife within them teeter on the edge of extinction.

 

Can you imagine Florida without them?

 


 

The Endangered or Threatened Reptiles on this site are:

 

 


Places to learn more:

 

Center for North American Herpetology

Main Page/Index

 

Environmental Health News

Watching Florida's Water

 

Florida Museum of Natural History

Herpetology

 

Nature: The Reptiles

Alligators and Crocodiles

 


 

Walking with the Alligators

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