Green Python, Morelia viridis, Australia, by Bruce Thomson

I don't like snakes ,but this one is so beautiful : Green Python, Morelia viridis, Australia, by Bruce Thomson

Frog

A riot of colour: Shortlist for Sony World Photography awards provides a real challenge for the eye

Tree Frog ♥ They are called the Coqui frog in Puerto Rico because of their call. Co-KEY __ Note: This is not a coquí. This is the red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas). –– Photo: Red eyed tree frog by Peter Krejzl

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Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz. From jumping spiders to colourful chameleons, Igor's pictures encourage his audience to look a little deeper: A Chamaeleo Calyptratus (Veiled Chameleon, female)

I want a toad house! Making a Toad House DIY. Pinner wrote: I made a nice little place out of a broken pot and an old brick, for the toad that lives in my garden. He's gotten kind of territorial about the whole thing.

Sri Lankan Green Garden Lizard (Calotes calotes)  #lizard #reptile #photo #biodiversity

Sri Lankan Green Garden Lizard (Calotes calotes) by reptile street photographer They skin me out these Lizards,love the colours in them

Tree frog

Remarkable Little Tree Frog has Camouflage to Look Like its Surrounding, try to find one loose in your house.

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When Eugene bought the book, "Fifty Shades of Grey", he thought, erroneously, it must be about a chameleon. He was kind of embarrassed about the whole thing.

Basin Treefrog (Rana Lanceolada) - Hypsiboas lanciformis Hypsiboas lanciformis (Hylidae) is a South American tree frog whose dorsum is distinctive by having transverse dark brown stripes on a dark yellow to light brown background. This species is nocturnal and arboreal, and occurs in the upper Amazon basin in Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. References: [1] - [2] - [3] Photo credit: ©Graham Wise | Locality: Arajuno River, Amazon, Ecuador (2013)

Basin Treefrog (Rana Lanceolada) - Hypsiboas lanciformis Hypsiboas lanciformis (Hylidae) is a South American tree frog whose dorsum is distinctive by having transverse dark brown stripes on a dark yellow to light brown background. This species is.

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Gunther's Banded Treefrog, Hyla fasciata, sitting in a mushroom (detail), Tambopata National Reserve, Peru. Photo by Thomas Marent

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