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EnglishPinyinChinese
reptilepáxíng dòngwù爬行动物
fangjiānyá尖牙
scalelín
tailwěiba尾巴

snakeshé
anacondamǎngshé蟒蛇
aspjiǎokuí角蝰
black mambahēimànbā, hēimànbā shé, yǎnjìng shé 黑曼巴, 黑曼巴蛇, 眼镜蛇
boa constrictorwángshé王蛇
cobrayǎnjìngshé眼镜蛇
pythonjùshé巨蛇
rattlesnakexiǎngwěishé响尾蛇
viperkuíshé, dúshé蝰蛇, 毒蛇

lizardxīyì蜥蜴
chameleonbiànsè xīyì, biànsèlóng变色蜥蜴, 变色龙
gekkobìhǔ壁虎
iguanaměizhōudà xīyì美洲大蜥蜴
alligatorduǎnwěn`è短吻鳄
crocodileèyú鳄鱼
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Chinese nouns do not have a gender. This means they also do not alter adjectives and verbs making it easier to form sentences.
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