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Web-footed Gecko (Palmatogecko rangei) Wildlife photographer Martin Harvey spent two days in the baking Namib Desert hunting for the elusive pink web-footed gecko. The lizard, which spends most of the day buried in the sand, uses its long tongue to both clean its eyes of dust and drink the moisture which collects on its eyes when the morning mist rolls in from the sea. (via: Smithsonian Magazine)

Fabulous shot of a crested gecko ~... That is most certainly a panther chameleon... He doesn't even look like a crested gecko.....

the "Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko"! (Uroplatus phantasticus). Photo taken by Victoria.vikspics in Fianarantsoa, Madagascar.

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Scientists unveil 20 new species ...but with a blue scorpion, and a tarantula the size of a hand, couldn't we have got by without knowing?

The satanic leaf-tailed gecko was observed in the Mantadia-Zahamena corridor of Madagascar in 1998: They are usually nocturnal animals - and very sensitive to landscape changes.

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Coolest Lizard Ever Spends His Day Jammin' On A Leaf Guitar (UPDATED)

Coolest Lizard Ever Spends His Day Jammin On A Leaf Guitar

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10 Strangest Frogs

Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum (glass/crystal frog)