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When people talk about reptiles, they mean a group of cold-blooded, scaly-skinned animals. SlideAlligators and crocodiles are both part of the reptile family.
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Reptiles are different from amphibians. Frogs are amphibians, not reptiles. SlideThough they may look similar, salamanders are not reptiles.
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Reptiles live in diverse environments—from deserts to jungles—but not in extremely cold places. SlideI study how reptiles adapt to desert habitats.