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  1. › wiki › ReptileReptile - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Living reptiles comprise four orders: Testudines , Crocodilia (crocodilians), Squamata (lizards and snakes), and Rhynchocephalia (the tuatara). As of May 2023, about 12,000 living species of reptiles are listed in the Reptile Database.

  2. Hace 2 días · Crocodilians are the most vocal of all non-avian reptiles and have a variety of different calls depending on the age, size, and sex of the animal. [117] The American alligator can perform specific vocalizations to declare territory, signal distress, threaten competitors, and locate suitable mates.

  3. › wiki › BirdBird - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Aves and a sister group, the order Crocodilia, contain the only living representatives of the reptile clade Archosauria. During the late 1990s, Aves was most commonly defined phylogenetically as all descendants of the most recent common ancestor of modern birds and Archaeopteryx lithographica.

  4. Hace 5 días · In the Green lab, we are interested in genome biology. We are particularly focused on the problems of assembly and comparative genome analysis. Recent and ongoing projects include genome-scale analysis of archaic human genome sequence, comparative genomics of Crocodilia, and the development of new methods to assemble high quality de ...

  5. Hace 5 días · Crocodilia: Alligatoridae: Yacaré Overo: Broad-snouted Caiman: Jacaré-do-papo-amarelo: Caiman latirostris: Nativa: 6: 118: Yacaré Negro: Yacare Caiman: Jacaré-do-pantanal: Caiman yacare: Nativa: 2: 119: Squamata: Colubridae: Ñacanina de Bañado: Hydrodynastes gigas: Nativa: 1: 120: Teiidae: Lagarto Overo: White-and-black Tegu ...

  6. Hace 3 días · Crocodilia: Alligatoridae: Spectacled Caiman: Caiman crocodilus: No catalogada: 1: III: 2: Yacaré Negro: Yacare Caiman: Jacaré-do-pantanal: Caiman yacare: No catalogada: 1: III: 3: Caimán Negro: Melanosuchus niger: No catalogada: 1: III: 4: Crocodylidae: Caimán Enano: Paleosuchus trigonatus: No catalogada: 1: III: 5: Squamata ...