The Fijian copper-headed skink is a medium sized skink, with adults measuring 43-52 mm snout-vent length (SVL) and hatchlings 23-26 mm SVL.
The Hawksbill turtle has a distinctly narrow heart-shaped shell, and often has a distinct vertebral keel.
The Green turtle has a sub-circular to heart-shaped shell.
The Fiji burrowing snake is very distinct from the more widely known Pacific Boa, Candoia bibroni.
The Leatherback turtle is the largest of all turtles living today, growing up to 3m in length, and weighing up to 500kg.
The Onoilau skink is a small lizard with a brownish olive colour that is spotted with light gold and dark brown scales on its back.
The Rotuman forest gecko is a medium sized, moderately stocky gecko, with adults growing up to a maximum snout vent length of 53mm.
Fiji Banded Iguana adults are 136-193 mm SVL in size, while the hatchlings range from 65-83 mm SVL.
The crested iguana is a large arboreal lizard whose SVL ranges from 83 mm (hatchlings) to 223 mm (adults).