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ESF category - B
IUCN - LC

Corucia zebrata

Corucia

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Emys orbicularis

European pond turtle

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ESF category - B
IUCN - LC

Graptemys sabinensis

Ouachita map turtle or Sabine map turtle

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ESF category - A
IUCN - LC

Homopus areolatus

Homopus areolatus

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ESF category - A
IUCN - LC

Homopus femoralis

As its name suggests, the greater padloper is the largest of all the Homopus tortoises, but it is nonetheless tiny, averaging slightly over 10 cm in length

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ESF category - C
IUCN - LC

Hyla savignyi

The Middle East tree frog (Hyla savignyi) is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. The species is endemic to the Middle East including Israel

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ESF category - B
IUCN - LC

Kinyxis belliana

Bell's hinge-back tortoise is a medium-sized light brown tortoise. They can grow up to 22 cm.

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Mauremys leprosa

mauremys leprosa

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ESF category - A
IUCN - LC

Ouroborus cataphractus

The armadillo girdled lizard can be a light brown to dark brown in coloration. The underbelly is yellow with a blackish pattern, especially under the chin.

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ESF category - B
IUCN - LC

Stigmochelys pardalis babcocki "Uganda"

The leopard tortoise (Stigmochelys pardalis) is a large and attractively marked tortoise found in the savannas of eastern and southern Africa

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