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Dwarf Caiman, Central America F 1.2m (Paleosuchus palpebrosus)

Gordon Gecko! | Photography by @gecko_tokay #Naturegeography

Gordon Gecko! | Photography by @gecko_tokay #Naturegeography

(3) bearded dragon (@beardeddragonxy) | Twitter

(3) bearded dragon (@beardeddragonxy) | Twitter

the Galapagos Islands

the Galapagos Islands

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) - Paul Bratescu Photography

Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) - Paul Bratescu Photography

Wow.. Blue Tree Monitors have the lone tails of any species I know of. ♡

Wow.. Blue Tree Monitors have the lone tails of any species I know of. ♡

Leopard gecko

Leopard gecko

The common gliding lizard is a species of agamid lizard endemic to Southeast Asia. It has elongated ribs and skin flaps on the sides of its body. When opened, these skin flaps allow it to glide between tree trunks.

The common gliding lizard is a species of agamid lizard endemic to Southeast Asia. It has elongated ribs and skin flaps on the sides of its body. When opened, these skin flaps allow it to glide between tree trunks.

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Snack time!

If you’ve been looking for what is definitively the best keto bread recipe on the internet, then you’ve come to the right place.

If you’ve been looking for what is definitively the best keto bread recipe on the internet, then you’ve come to the right place.

What a cutey - the thorny devil lizard or Moloch - features a spiny "false head" on the back of its neck, and the lizard presents this to potential predators by dipping its real head. The thorny devil's body is ridged in structure, and this enables the animal to collect water from any part of its body. That water is then conveyed to its mouth. Sometimes seen standing in a puddle of water sucking it through it's feet and then licking it's lips.

What a cutey - the thorny devil lizard or Moloch - features a spiny "false head" on the back of its neck, and the lizard presents this to potential predators by dipping its real head. The thorny devil's body is ridged in structure, and this enables the animal to collect water from any part of its body. That water is then conveyed to its mouth. Sometimes seen standing in a puddle of water sucking it through it's feet and then licking it's lips.

A Different View !!!!!!!!!!! by Judylynn Malloch on 500px

A Different View !!!!!!!!!!! by Judylynn Malloch on 500px

Phrynocephalus mystaceus Turan Lizaer... it looks like a mix between a Bearded Dragon, a Chameleon, and that other lizard (whatchamacallit)

Phrynocephalus mystaceus Turan Lizaer... it looks like a mix between a Bearded Dragon, a Chameleon, and that other lizard (whatchamacallit)

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Iguana Colorida

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