Animals March Madness, Round One: Chameleons Vs. Red Pandas

Animals March Madness, Round One: Chameleons Vs. Red Pandas

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The Ridiculously Happy Gecko Test

Emperor Newts (also known as the Mandarin newt or Mandarin salamander) live in the high mountain province of Yunnan, China. They inhabit pools and slow-moving streams in subtropical forests.

Photos: The New Amphibian Tree of Life

Emperor Newts (also known as the Mandarin newt or Mandarin salamander) live in the high mountain province of Yunnan, China. They inhabit pools and slow-moving streams in subtropical forests. More pretty colors!

reptile rainbow

This rainbow-colored lizard is ready to hit the dance floor and WERK. Happy Pride from The Dodo, to animals big and small!

The goanna ('go-anna') is an Australian reptile that is also known as the monitor lizard. Some species of goanna can grow up to 2 m (around 6 ft) long.

Big Lizards A Goanna Good bush tucker. The goanna ('go-anna') is an Australian reptile that is also known as the monitor lizard. Some species of goanna can grow up to 2 m (around 6 ft) long.

Sri Lankan Green Garden Lizard (Calotes calotes) by reptile street photographer

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

I'm pretty sure this is a green tree python. It might be an emerald tree boa. I forget the difference, and the snakes don't care what we call them.

Thorny Devils are a thorny little lizard that lives in dry desert areas of Australia. They have unique way of collecting water. Water in the form of rain or dew is collected on their backs and then drains towards their mouths.

Thorny dragon (Moloch horridus) The thorny dragon or thorny devil is an Australian lizard. The thorny devil grows up to 20 cm in) in length, and it can live for up to 20 years.

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