Reptilia · ropliai

EN · reptiles DE · Reptilien LV · rāpuļi PL · gady Reptiles, or members of the class Reptilia, are air-breathing, cold-blooded vertebrates that have skin covered in scales as opposed to hair or feathers. They are tetrapods (having or having descended from vertebrates with four limbs) and amniotes, whose embryos are surrounded by an amniotic membrane. 7 species in Lithuania, more than 8000 worldwide.