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Reptiles and Amphibians Recommended Links
Discover this threatened species of freshwater turtle. Find information about its habitat, range and why it is in danger.
The Eastern Ratsnake is found in Ontario and is the largest snake in Canada.
Select your province or territory to find out how to participate in a program to help increase the knowledge of frogs and toads in Canada.
Discover the differences between amphibians and reptiles and learn about the leatherback seaturtle.
Meet Ontario’s only poisonous snake, the Massasauga Rattler, and find out about efforts to understand and protect this threatened species (text and video).
Learn where Ontario's only remaining rattlesnake lives and what threatens its survival.
The stinkpot turtle is a small turtle that has a domed carapace (top of the shell) and a very small plastron (bottom of the shell). It has two yellow lines that extend from the nose and flare out to either sides of the eye.