Veiled Chameleon (by PheonixLee)
this is a Crocodile Skink (Tribolonotus gracilis) from northern new guinea. if you pick him up he will srsly squeak at you. if that doesn’t work, he will play dead. so quit taking yourself so srsly, and quit using “mad” like that, its annoying. you really are nothing compared to this fucking skink.
Photograph: Jeffrey Arguedas/EPA
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Eastern Water Dragon (P. l. lesueurii)
(Photo: Christoph Rupprecht)
yes to this!
iamthelittlefish: Blue-Tongued Lizard, Austrailia
Photograph by Kathy Parker
Australian blue-tongued lizards are widespread over our great country. This particular species is a “common” or “Eastern” blue-tongued lizard, found in the eastern parts of Australia. Living on a farm in the South East of South Australia, we find many of these lizards lazily crawling around our yard, especially during the warmer months. This lizard was courtesy of our hunter-gatherer cat, which is brave enough to bring all sorts of amazing creatures to our back door for inspection and approval!
creepicrawlies: Jackson’s Chameleon (Chameleo jacksoni), Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya.
Marine Iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) - breeding colors
An iguana found only on the Galápagos Islands that has the ability, unique among modern lizards, to live and forage in the sea, making it a marine reptile. The Iguana can dive over 30 ft (10 m) into the water. It has spread to all the islands in the archipelago, and is sometimes called the Galapagos Marine Iguana. It mainly lives on the rocky Galapagos shore, but can also be spotted in marshes and mangrove beaches.Fact Sources: Wikipedia.org