the chameleon por Katja Stehle en Fivehundredpx
by Igor Siwanowicz This captivates me, the color, the structure, and the sheer beauty of its details. What a magnificent creature and great capture!
The Perenti - Australian lizard
Long-Nosed Leopard Lizard, Canyonlands National Park
Ridiculously photogenic lizard. Couldn't resist this look! Yeah, Yeah! I know lizards don't belong here. Just for a little while.
Large Textured Lizard Pin at theBIGzoo.com, a family-owned store. Check our sales & FREE Shipping.
It's not easy, being green
Tiny lizard or giant mushroom?
Arizona Gila Monster poisonous
thorny devil lizard
Here’s your Nashville Zoo Picture of the Week. A green basilisk hangs out in a multi-species display inside our Unseen New Word exhibit. This speedy reptile has the ability to run across the surface of water earning him the nickname “Jesus Christ lizard”. This image was taken by Amiee Stubbs (www.amieestubbs.com).
Shingleback Skink. This Australian lizard displays love; young males will seek out a female, and only after months of courting will they finally mate. These lizards mate for life and show obvious signs of grief if the partner dies and will stay with the body for days.
(via 500px / Leon is back… again ! by Jean-Luc Renouil)
Wild Safari Iguana at theBIGzoo.com, a family-owned store. Check our sales & FREE Shipping.
Blue Iguana in Cayman Islands © Unknown
Everyone loves belly rubs… (click through for cuteness overload gif)
A marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) can change the size of it's skeleton. Pictured here: marine iguana ascends to the surface to breathe, after diving to graze on algae. Galapagos Islands.
Anole hagedis Santiago