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More than three-quarters of Kazakhstan is either semi-dessert or dessert, where no people live. Which means that the animal kingdom representatives have plenty of space to thrive.
The most typical reptiles here are Central Asian turtle, grey monitor lizard, sand - and toad -agama, many kinds of geckos, and 17 kinds of snakes.
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Maria Sahai (c)
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Life and Nature or Southern Kazakhstan
More than three-quarters of Kazakhstan is either semi-dessert or dessert, where no people live. Which means that the animal kingdom representatives have plenty of space to thrive.<br />
The most typical reptiles here are Central Asian turtle, grey monitor lizard, sand - and toad -agama, many kinds of geckos, and 17 kinds of  snakes.