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Abstract

Reptielen omvatten ongeveer 6000 soorten. Ze worden verdeeld in drie grote ordes: de Testudines (schildpadden), de Crocodylia (krokodillen) en de Squamata (hagedissen [Sauria] en slangen [Serpentes]). De schildpadden behoren tot de oudste reptielen, terwijl slangen evolutionair de meest recente zijn.

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, Houten 2005

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  • I. Westerhof

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