Discover the intricate detail and fascinating world of iconic ecosystems. You might not think some of these "odd couples" are related, but they support, and in some cases define their ecosystems. Learn more about these marvelous pairs.
Phrynocephalus mystaceus is a species of agamid lizard found in Iran, North Afghanistan, Eastern Caucasus, Kazakhstan and possibly in south of Astrakhan Oblast. This species can reach up to 24 centimetres in length and is notable for its red oral display frill. Turan Toad-headed Agama
Chameleon: Developmental supervisors must change their supervisory behaviors depending on the variability of a teacher's low, moderate or high developmental stages and must exercise flexibility, always moving toward the higher, more empowering style -- when possible. This requires reading the teacher and the situation.