The video highlights the snake like movement of the alligator lizard.
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Known better as snakes, lizards and turtles, the members of the class Reptilia occupy a range of habitats around the world.
The Southwest's warm and dry climate, for example, makes it amenable habitat for many reptile species, especially lizards.
Turtle species, on the other hand, live in a wider habitat range. Common to deserts, forests, oceans, lakes and river areas, the status and activities of native turtle species consistently receives local media attention. The articles:
provide fast facts and more detailed information covering habitat and population trends for turtle species in the United States and around the world.
The following articles cover snakes.