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This UF/IFAS Blog presents the new invasive reptile coloring books from the UF Croc Docs. It contains information about Burmese pythons, Argentinian black and white tegu, and other nonnative reptiles now found in Florida. The coloring books and pages along with the activities were developed by the UF Croc Docs.  Permission was granted by Paul Evans with the UF Croc Docs to share with the widest audience possible that could benefit.  The intended audience includes children and residents primarily in central and south Florida.  In St. Lucie County, the UF/IFAS Extension St. Lucie County Natural Resources Extension Program works closely with the UF Croc Docs to provide the latest research-based information about nonnative reptiles to the public.

Coloring and activity books downloads

Click on the photos below to download the highest resolution .pdf files.

Burmese Python Coloring Page

Burmese Python Coloring Page courtesy of the UF Croc Docs

Argentinian Black and White Tegu Lizard
Color Page Argentinian Black and White Tegu Lizard by UF Croc Docs
Invasive Reptile Coloring and Activity Book
Invasive Reptile Coloring and Activity Book by UF Croc Docs

UF EDIS Documents

UF/EDIS Invasive Reptile Publications: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/entity/topic/non_native_reptiles_and_amphibians

Additional sources of information

UF/IFAS Extension St. Lucie County: https://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/stlucie/

UF Croc Docs: https://crocdoc.ifas.ufl.edu/

EDDMaps: https://www.eddmaps.org/

FWC Pet Amnesty Program: https://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/nonnatives/amnesty-program/

Options for Unwanted Exotic Petshttps://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw353

Florida Master Naturalist Program: https://masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.edu/

Florida Invasive Species Partnership: https://www.floridainvasives.org/

Center for Conservation Initiatives: https://www.nature.org/cci


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by Ken Gioeli

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