99 Reptiles

Come up with all the reptiles you can think of. If you are an expert, you may get them all!
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Last updated: August 12, 2014
First submittedAugust 11, 2014
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Mostly dinosaurs and kinds of snakes but also other reptile common names and famous reptiles and mythological ones to round out the list
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snake
mamba
anaconda
boa constrictor
rattlesnake
corn snake
cobra
asp
viper
moccasin
copperhead
kingsnake
python
water snake
cottonmouth
sea snake
coral snake
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gecko
anole
iguana
chameleon
komodo dragon
monitor
skink
lizard
tuatara
sidewinder
adder
boomslang
bushmaster
garter snake
habu
hognose snake
keelback
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krait
racer
taipan
basilisk
chuckwalla
tortoise
turtle
terrapin
sea turtle
alligator
crocodile
gavial
Raphael
Donatello
Leonardo
Michaelangelo
Godzilla
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Gamera
Smaug
dragon
hydra
Sobek
Typhon
Echidna
Nuwa
Naga
Sauron
Thulsa Doom
Renekton
Bowser
Velociraptors
Tyrannosaurus Rex
Stegosaurus
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Brachiosaurus
Diplodocus
Giganotosaurus
Allosaurus
Iguanodon
Spinosaurus
Triceratops
Brontosaurus
Ankylosaurus
Gorns
Wally Gator
Dino
Littlefoot
Barney
Rex
Gallimimus
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Megalosaurus
Protoceratops
Carnotaurus
Pentaceratops
Parasaurolophus
Plateosaurus
Diceratops
Reptile
Reptyl
Dracopelta
Dromaeosaurus
Tanius
Titanosaurus
Torosaurus
Seismosaurus
Supersaurus
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Level 81
Aug 11, 2014
One is called "velociraptor". Not raptors. Where's "salamander"? Or "newt"?
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Level 18
Aug 12, 2014
I'm a little confused on what your problem is. If you type in either "velociraptors" or just "raptors" it should work for both. Raptors are often used in short for velociraptors (just like if you type in TREX it'll work for "Tyrannosaurus Rex". I didn't include salamanders or newts because they are amphibians. Not reptiles.
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Level 81
Aug 11, 2014
Also the hint could include that proper names are also used. I am somewhat miffed by just "snake" though :)
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Level 18
Aug 12, 2014
Again, i'm not sure what the complaint is here. Are snakes not reptiles? I'm guessing you timed out of the quiz and saw that you forgot to type in "snake". I tried to come up with 99 reptiles and unfortunately there are only four types: alligator, turtle, lizard and snake. I would be remiss if I didn't include all four. The fact that they are all reptiles I thought would be clue enough
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Level 45
Jun 4, 2018
I don't really understand the logic you have followed in this test. We have for example SNAKE and then you have some in general family like PYTHON but no specific species like Ball python, GTP or Rock Python which are 3 completely different subspecies of python family. Then next family would be VIPERS which you have some subspecies of viper family like Cottonmouth, Moccasin or Rattlesnake but then not all of them.

Same with other stuff, you have tortoise as general group of tortoises but no subspecies where in case of turtle you gave terrapin for example.

Then my confusion completely exploded when I saw correct answers and Ninja Turtles names or some sort of dinosaurs species. I mean it makes no sense at all.

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Level 18
Sep 14, 2019
This is a quiz that tests the general knowledge of the public and is not designed for die hard reptile enthusiasts. Most people will know "python" for example but won't know the subspecies of pythons. They will know "tortoise" but wouldn't necessarily know different kinds of tortoises as another example. I am not sure why you are confused with dinosaurs. Are they not reptiles? I added the mythical reptiles and the teenage mutant ninja turtles to round out the list to 99.
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Level 25
Sep 7, 2018
you should categorize your columns since people are literally going to be guessing random names that may or not be obvious. Also include in your description that movies are included, "famous" isn't a good enough description.
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Level 18
Sep 14, 2019
Saying a reptile is "famous" would automatically tell the public that the reptile could be from a movie so the quiz could be left how it is
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Level 29
Jun 30, 2020
the problem is that it is very vague on the reptiles but very specific of the dinosaurs
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Level 73
Apr 16, 2021
This list contains a weird mixture of vague and specific types of reptile. Some well known specific types were missing, like bearded dragons, and some broader categories were also missing like caimans, gharials and amphisbaenians.

I've also just spotted echidna on there. What's that doing there?