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Timber Rattlesnake
Timber Rattlesnake, Photo by Kim Laidig

Native Frogs
Threatend & Edangered species

39 species of mammals, 299 Bird, 59 reptile and amphibian species and 91 fish species have been identified as occurring within the Pinelands. They include 43 animal species listed as threatened or endangered by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Amphibians

Carpenter Frog
Four-toed Salamander
Fowler's Toad
Green Frog
Marbled Salamander
Northern Red Salamander
Pine Barrens Treefrog
Spadefoot Toad

Fish

Banded Sunfish
Blackbanded Sunfish
Bluespotted Sunfish
Creek Chubsucker
Eastern Mudminnow
Pirate Perch
Redfin Pickerel
Swamp Darter

Reptiles

Black Rat Snake
Eastern Box Turtle
Eastern Fence Lizard
Eastern Painted Turtle
Eastern Worm Snake
Musk Turtle
Northern Water Snake
Pine Snake
Ribbon Snake
Red Belly Turtle
Snapping Turtle
Spotted Turtle
Timber Rattlesnake 
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