Reptiles are cold-blooded, four-legged vertebrates (or in the case of snakes, legless vertebrates which have four legged ancestors). Their skin is dry with scales or plates. Reptiles include turtles, crocodiles, snakes, and lizards. Amphibians are also cold-blooded vertebrates with four limbs, but they have no scales. They live at least part of their lives in the water. The most well-known amphibians are frogs and toads.
The most well-known magical reptiles are dragons. Other magical reptiles and amphibians include the Moke and the Fire Crab.