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List of reptilian humanoids

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The Dinosauroid, a hypothetical anthropomorphic sapient dinosaur

Reptilian humanoids are fictional species widely appearing in folklore, science fiction, fantasy, and conspiracy theories.

Folklore

Reptilians occur in a variety of folklore genres:

Mythology

Modern legend, folktale, and folk belief

Fringe theories

Scientific speculation

Modern fiction

A wide range of fictional works depict reptilian humanoids.

Literature

Television

A Draconian mask, on display at the National Space Centre

Doctor Who

Star Trek

Other

Comics

Marvel

DC

Other

Film

Games

Roleplaying and strategy games

Dungeons & Dragons

Platform and fighting games

See also

References

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