Swimming Snake - 1988 Adam Fuss.
Goliath frog. They can grow up to 33cm (13 inches) from snout to vent, and can weigh up to 3.2kg. They have a fairly small habitat range, mainly in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea and sadly their numbers are dwindling due to habitat destruction. They are also hunted for both consumption and for the pet trade.
From the Rain Forest of Western Africa-Goliath Frog
A gecko licks the morning dew off its eyeballs. This gecko is found on coastal sand dunes in Namibia. The nocturnal reptiles collect water on their eyeballs in the early morning when a mist bank descends as cool coastal air hits warm desert air. Then they lick it off to have a drink. It took photographer Isak Pretorius three days in to get the licking picture, following gecko tracks across the dunes through the mist.
This is one of the world's only pure blue lizards, and unfortunately it's on the verge of extinction. The Blue Anole (Anolis gorgonae) looks like a little slice of sky as it slinks through the dense forests of Gorgona. The lizard is so reclusive and rare that scientists have a hard time even estimating what the total population of the species may be.
The Blue Anole (Anolis gorgonae), the world's only pure blue lizard. Habitat: found only on the island of Gorgona, in Colombia. Status: Critically Endangered