9 Smallest Reptiles in the World

WRITTEN BY RUPAM ROY 28-August-2022

So we are here About 9 Smallest Reptiles in the World

Speckled Cape Tortoise

The speckled cape tortoise is the smallest tortoise species in the world and grows to be only 2.4 to 3.1 inches. They are also extremely light.

Variegated Snail Eater

Native to Ecuador, the variegated snail eater is one of the smallest snakes in the world. They usually grow between 3.4 to 3.5 inches. (8.6 to 12.7 cm).

Brahminy Blind Snake

The bright coloring of the male electric blue gecko is what gives this species its name, and they are also one of the smallest reptiles in the world.

Electric Blue Gecko

The bright coloring of the male electric blue gecko is what gives this species its name, and they are also one of the smallest reptiles in the world.

Cape Dwarf Gecko

Cape dwarf geckos are native to Africa and are some of the smallest lizards in the world. Being so small they can make their way into homes.

Barbados Thread Snake

Barbados thread snakes are the smallest snake species in the world and they live on the island of Barbados in the Caribbean.

VIrgin Islands Dwarf Gecko

Their body is also well adept at maintaining proper moisture and living in dry areas. Along with being extremely small they are light, and only weigh 0.0053 oz.

Brookesia Micra

Brookesia micra is one of the smallest reptiles and lizard species in the world. They live on the island of Nosy Hara in Anitisrana Madagascar.

Brookesia nana

Brookesia nana is currently the smallest lizard, and the smallest reptile in the world, and is small enough to fit on the tip of your fingertip.

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