Common Frog

Frog – Common

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Possibly our most recognisable amphibian, the common frog is distributed throughout Britain and Ireland.
Pool Frog

Frog – Pool

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Pool frogs were presumed extinct in the wild in 1995, but have since been reintroduced at a single site in East Anglia.
Leatherback Turtle

Leatherback Turtle

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These spectacular reptiles are seasonal visitors to UK seas, migrating from their tropical nesting beaches.
Common Lizard

Common Lizard

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The common lizard is most frequently seen on commons, heaths, moorland, dry stone walls, embankments and sea cliffs around the British Isles.
Sand Lizard

Sand Lizard

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Due to vast habitat loss the sand lizards (Lacerta agilis) now only occurs naturally in Surrey, Dorset, Hampshire and Merseyside. 
Great Crested Newt

Great Crested Newt

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Great crested newts (Triturus cristatus) are widely distributed throughout Britain, though absent from Ireland.
Smooth Newt

Smooth Newt

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The smooth newt (Lissotriton vulgaris) is the UK's most widespread newt species, found throughout Britain and Ireland.
Slow Worm

Slow Worm

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The slow-worm (Anguis fragilis) is often found in gardens and is widespread throughout the British Isles; it is naturally absent from Ireland.
Grass Snake

Grass Snake

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Grass snakes (Natrix natrix) are found throughout England and Wales. Feeding primarily on fish and amphibians.
Adder

Adder

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The adder (Vipera berus) is the UK’s only venomous snake. However, their secretive nature and camouflaged markings mean they often go unnoticed.
Smooth Snake

Smooth Snake

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The smooth snake (Coronella austriaca) is Britain's rarest reptile, found only on heathlands in Dorset and Hampshire and on one or two heaths in Surrey and West Sussex. 
Common Toad

Common Toad

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The common toad (Bufo bufo) is a widespread amphibian found throughout Britain. Common toads are absent from Ireland.
Natterjack Toad

Natterjack Toad

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In Britain the natterjack toad (Epidalea calamita) is almost exclusively confined to coastal sand dune systems, coastal grazing marshes and sandy heaths