Amphibians & Reptiles

Frogs, salamanders, turtles, lizards and snakes!

Amphibians, reptiles and fishes make up 70-percent of all the known living vertebrates (animals with backbones). Though animals are still being discovered, there are at least 20,000 different species of fish, 5,000 species of amphibians and 6,000 species of turtles, snakes, lizards and crocodiles! Sedgwick County Zoo tries to represent this huge diversity with careful selection.

Aldabra tortoise
Aldabrachelys gigantea
Alligator newt
Echinotriton andersoni
Almorha loach
Botia almorhae
Armenian viper
Vipera raddei
Barbel steed barb
Hemibarbus labeo
Barred tiger salamander
Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium
Black mamba
Dendroaspis polylepis
Black-banded trinket snake
Oreocryptophis porphyraceus
Black-breasted leaf turtle
Geomyda spengleri
Blackbelly salamander
Desmognathus quadramaculatus
Blackspot barb
Puntius filamentosus
Bog turtle
Glyptemys muhlenbergii
Chinese alligator
Alligator sinensis
Chinese crocodile lizard
Shinisaurus crocodilurus
Clawed frog
Xenopus clivii
Coal grunter
Hephaestus carbo
Common spider tortoise
Pyxis arachnoides arachnoides
Congo caecilian
Herpele squalostoma
Desert grassland whiptail
Aspidocelis Uniparens
Dwarf surinam toad
Pipa parva
East African green mamba
Dendroaspis angusticeps
Ebenaui mantella
Mantella ebenaui
Egyptian tortoise
Testudo kleinmanni
Empire gudgeon
Hypseleotris compressa
Eyelash palm pitviper
Bothriechis schlegelii
Fly River turtle
Carettochelys insculpta
Golden mantella
Mantella aurantiaca
Gorongosa girdled lizard
Smaug mossambicus
Green iguana
Iguana iguana
Green tree python
Morelia viridis
Green-and-black poison dart frog
Dendrobates auratus
Grey-banded kingsnake
Lampropeltis alterna
Grotto salamander
Eurycea spelaea
Gulf Coast spiny softshelled turtle
Apalone spinifera aspera
Hellbender
Cryptobranchus allenganiensis
Honduran milksnake
Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis
Hourglass tree frog
Hyla ebraccata
Indochinese spitting cobra
Naja naja siamensis
Jamaican iguana
Cyclura collei
Javan forest dragon
Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus
Kaup's caecilian
Potomotyphlus kaupii
Kenya sand boa
Gongylophis colubrinus loveridgei
King cobra
Ophiophagus hannah
Komodo dragon
Varanus mertensi
Madagascar giant day gecko
Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis
Malayan krait
Bungarus candidus
Mandarin trinket snake
Euprepiophis mandarinus
Mertens' water monitor
Varanus mertensi
Mexican caecilian
Dermophis mexicanus
Mexican leaf frog
Pachymedusa dacnicolor
Mudpuppy
Necturus maculosus
New Guinea viper boa
Candoia aspera
North Australia snake-necked turtle
Macrochelodina rugosa
Ocellated skink
Chalcides ocellatus
Okinawa newt
Cynops ensicauda popei
Prehensile-tailed skink
Corucia zebrata
Puerto Rican crested toad
Peltophryne lemur
Razor-backed musk turtle
Sternotherus carinatus
Red salamander
Pseudotriton ruber
Rio Cauca caecilian
Typhlonectes natans
Rubber boa
Charina bottae
Sambava tomato frog
Dyscophus guineti
Scheltopusik/glass lizard
Ophisaurus apodus
Sonoran desert toad
Bufo alvarius
Sonoran spiney tailed iguana
Ctenosaura hemilopha
Spotfin archerfish
Toxotes chatareus
Spotted turtle
Clemmys guttata
Tailed frog
Ascaphus truei
Tegu lizard
Tupinambis merainae
Tentacled snake
Erpeton tentaculatum
Texas blind salamander
Typhlomolge rathbuni
Venezuela lancehead
Bothrops venezuelensis
Vietnamese mossy frog
Theloderma corticale
West African gaboon viper
Bitis gabonica rhinoceros
Western girdled lizard
Zonosaurus laticaudatus
White's tree frog
Litoria caerulea
Woodhouse's toad
Anaxyrus woodhousii
Yellow anaconda
Eunectes notaeus
Yellow-blotched map turtle
Graptemys flavimaculata
Yellow-footed tortoise
Chelonoidis denticulata
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