Reptiles and amphibians in Leiden in The Netherlands


Smooth newt

In Leiden in The Netherlands are four species of amphibians: edible frog, common frog, Eurasian toad, and smooth newt.

There is also one species of reptile in the city: the grass snake itself has never been seen yet; but its eggs have been found repeatedly in Cronesteyn park.

Amphibians in decline: here.

Alpine newts: here.

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