I love reptiles and amphibians! They are some of my favorite animals. I keep four pet turtles, and have loads of frogs (great singers), toads, and snakes here at the farm, plus a little salamander that lives under my well cover, all of which is a good sign. I have heard that they are one of the first groups of animals to suffer from a toxic environment. In spite of the constant spraying of poisonous chemtrails here, and everywhere, I still am able to maintain a healthy enough environment for these wonderful creatures.
Reptiles and amphibians are often grouped together, and the study of them is called herpetology. These creatures are very ancient, and somewhat related to birds. Amphibians usually spend their early part of their lives in the water. Typical reptiles are turtles, snakes, lizards, crocodiles. Amphibians are frogs and toads, newts and salamanders. They are all very cool, but some can be extremely dangerous. Fortunately, the ones on the farm are benign, and I am always happy to encounter any of them.
I have quite a bit of materials that will be making their way onto this index, especially coloring books. I also have art and picture books, and non-fiction, and novels in which these creatures play an important role, sometimes sinister, especially snakes, giving them a bad rap.