Reptiliaturtles are a species of turtle that have a hard, scaly shell and a long neck. They are found in freshwater habitats such as ponds, lakes, and rivers, and can live up to 80 years. They are omnivorous, eating both plants and animals. They have webbed feet and a long tail. The current population of Reptiliaturtles is decreasing due to habitat destruction and pollution.
Name Origin: The name Reptiliaturtles is derived from the Latin words "reptilis" meaning "creeping" and "turtur" meaning "turtle". This combination of words was chosen to describe the organism's reptilian characteristics and its resemblance to a turtle.
Related Species: Testudines, Chelonioidea, Emydidae, Trionychidae, Carettochelyidae