No they are aquatic mammals!
Yes - crocodiles are aquatic reptiles.
An alligator is an aquatic reptile - it is not a mammal.
The largest reptile is the Saltwater Crocodile. Males can reach 23ft.
Neither. It's an aquatic bird.
That is the correct spelling of "crocodile" (aquatic reptile).
An alligator is a carnivorous, semi-aquatic reptile.
the largest reptile is the andaconda
The American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is the largest reptile in North America
The largest reptile was the argentinasaurus, a dinosaur Which lived in Argentina in the Jurassic era
a crocodilias caiman
It's a semi-aquatic mammal
The Leatherback Sea Turtle is the largest turtle The Australian Salt Water Crocodile is the largest living reptile
The largest living reptile is the Saltwater Crocodile. You can find this reptile in Southern Asia or Africa. The largest Saltwater Crocodile on record was 20 feet 8 inches and it weighed 3,000 pounds!
A Caiman is a semi-aquatic reptile that lay eggs.
neither dolphins are aquatic mammals like whales
The largest wingspan of a flying reptile, or any flying animal, was that of Quetzalcoatlus at 40 feet.
an anaconda is the largest snake the komodo dragon is the largest land dwelling reptile the Australian saltwater crocodile is largest in the crocodilian family
The Saltwater crocodile is the largest reptile native to Australia.
The largest aquatic animal is the Blue Whale. It is also known as a mammal because it gives birth to babies.
the sea turtle
No, alligators and crocodiles are the largest living reptiles.
Spiders are arachnids.
They are both varieties of aquatic reptile predators that went extinct long ago.
No, the snow leopard is not even a reptile, it's a mammal.