Oklahoma Lizard Identification?

Answer Oklahoma residents know that reptiles and amphibians are common; according to the Oklahoma Historical Society, the state ranks "third of all 50 states in number of species" of reptiles and amphibia... Read More »

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Lizard Species in Oklahoma?

If you want to see lizards, Oklahoma is a good place to start looking. Oklahoma ranks third among states in the United States for diversity of reptile and amphibian species. The official state rept... Read More »

How to Tell a Boy Lizard From a Girl Lizard?

The lizard is a popular choice among reptile pet owners. Their behaviour and natural characteristics allow them to adapt to their environment and coexist with other types of lizards and humans. Mos... Read More »

Snakes of Oklahoma?

Oklahoma is home to 46 native species of snake. Since Oklahoma has extensive plains and bushland along with some forests, as well as significant aquatic habitats, these species constitute a broad c... Read More »

The Common Snakes of Oklahoma?

Oklahoma is home to 44 native snake species, all but seven of them nonvenomous. All of Oklahoma's venomous snakes are pit vipers, meaning they have facial grooves with heat sensors. Since pit viper... Read More »