Some Sample Kinds Of Reptile

#$Turtle   turtles    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all turtles; a subset of #$Reptile. Elements of #$Turtle are toothless reptiles with hard or else leathery enclosing shells. Turtles may live on land or in fresh or salt water. #$Turtle constitutes an instance of #$BiologicalOrder (also called Testudinata), which is of the #$BiologicalClass #$Reptile.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$Reptile 

#$Snake   snakes    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all snakes; a subset of #$Reptile. Each element of #$Snake is a limbless, scaly, vermiform reptile with a long, narrow, tapering, mostly smooth body. Snakes in many species have poisonous and sometimes fatal bites. Snakes live on land, in trees, in fresh water, and in the sea (sea snakes). #$Snake constitutes a biological suborder (also called Serpentes or Ophidia).
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$Reptile 

#$Lizard   lizards (non-human animals) (vertebrates) (sentient animals)    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all lizards; a subset of #$Reptile. Each element of #$Lizard is a toothed reptile with a tail and (with some exceptions) limbs, external ears, eyes with movable lids, and without enclosing shells. Reptiles range in size from less than an inch long to that of the large #$KomodoDragon. The collection #$Lizard constitutes a biological suborder (also called Sauria or Lacertilia). Colloquially, `lizard' may denote a crocodile, but compare #$Crocodilian.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSuborder
    direct specialization of: #$Reptile 

#$Crocodilian   crocodilians    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all alligators, crocodiles, caimans and gavials; a subset of #$Reptile. Each element of #$Crocodilian is a lizard-like aquatic or semi-aquatic reptile. (#$Crocodilian is not, however, a subset of #$Lizard.) Crocodilians are amphibious, carnivorous animals with many big sharp teeth and powerful bites.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalOrder
    direct specialization of: #$Reptile 

#$Crocodile   crocodiles    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all crocodiles. These so-called True Crocodiles are distinct from alligators. The collection #$Crocodile constitutes a biological suborder of the #$Crocodilians. Cf. #$Alligator.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSuborder
    direct specialization of: #$Individual 

#$Alligator   alligators    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all alligators; a subset of #$Crocodilian. #$Alligator includes all the American Alligators and South American Caimans; it does NOT include crocodiles proper. The collection #$Alligator constitutes a biological suborder of the #$Crocodilians. Cf. #$Crocodile.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$Individual