Bermuda's Reptiles and Amphibians
Bermuda has 4 common lizard species. The Bermuda Skink is endemic, while the Jamaican Anole was intentionally introduced in 1905, and the other two Anole species were accidental introductions around the 1940's. Bermuda also has two species of geckos which were accidentally introduced around 2010. The only other terrestrial reptiles are the pond-dwelling Diamondback Terrapin, which is a rare native, and Red-eared Slider which is introduced. Three species of marine turtles are native to Bermuda and are regularly seen, while the Leatherback is rarely seen. All of Bermuda's 3 amphibian species are introduced.