Reptiles Encyclopedia

Reptiles Encyclopedia

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Reptiles became a popular pet in the past 10 years. Indeed reptiles originated around 320-310 million years ago during the Carboniferous period, having evolved from advanced reptile-like amphibians that became increasingly adapted to life on dry land. There are many extinct groups, including dinosaurs

The Reptiles Encyclopedia is an application containing detailed information of over 9700 species of reptiles, separated into 6 different families (Amphisbaenia, Crocodiles, Lizards, Snakes, Tuatatas and Turtle). It is probably the most complete and comprehensive Encyclopedia of Reptiles available in the App Market. This App is an excellent app for students interested in reptiles﹐ or for those hobbyist who are interested in understanding more about reptiles. For each type of Reptile, the following information is included for easier reference:

☆ An image of the animal (if applicable)
☆ English name of the animal
☆ Scientific Classification
☆ A description of the species

The application is optimized for all Android devices running on OS 1.5 or above.

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WHAT YOU WILL EXPECT

This application has the following features:

- 2-Level Category Views with THUMBNAIL preview of each animal
- All Category View to preview all animals in alphabetical order
- Single Category View to list animals of the same category
- Ability to BOOKMARK selected animals for easier reference
- An animal name SEARCH engine
- OFFLINE browsing

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This application is proudly presented by ColaKey LLC.

Tags: enciclopedia de reptiles, app repteis, encyclopedie reptil.

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  • (58 stars)

    by Ben Dover on 04/09/2013

    A lot of info in the app but not suited for field identification. Thumb nail images are small, even on my Note 2. It would be nice to search by region and have bigger thumb nails but the app is definitely worth a dollar.