casque-head lizard - factzoo.com I wish I could remember the name of the dinosaur this guy is reminding me of...it isn't one of the ones that references are continually made about, so I'm having a hard time. Nonetheless, he is very closely related.
Fire Skink * - Also Fernand's fire skink or True fire skink; a type of lizard native to tropical forests in Western Africa. These beautiful skinks are rather large, reaching up to 15 in (37 cm) in total length. Though shy and reclusive, they may grow to become tame in captivity. They are diurnal and love to burrow -
A flying dragon lizard avoids danger by opening two large, winglike flaps of skin and gliding from tree to tree. The lizard steers and brakes with its tail. The large flaps are supported by elongated ribs which they can expand and retract. The wings are brightly colored and for this reason they are also called the "butterfly lizard".
The frilled-neck lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii), also known as the frilled lizard or frilled dragon, is a type of lizard that is found mainly in northern Australia and southern New Guinea. This species is the only member of the genus Chlamydosaurus. Its name comes from the large frill around its neck, which usually stays folded against the lizard's body.