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The "Eye's" have it! by Bill Killillay

The "Eye's" have it! by Bill Killillay

An earless agamid  (Aphoniotis fusca) perched on a branch displaying its throat flap.

An earless agamid (Aphoniotis fusca) perched on a branch displaying its throat flap.

stunning photograph.

stunning photograph.

Not a lizard, a tuatara!! "Tuatara were originally classified as lizards in 1831 when the British Museum received a skull. The genus remained misclassified until 1867, when Albert Günther of the British Museum noted features similar to birds, turtles, and crocodiles. He proposed the order Rhynchocephalia (meaning "beak head") for the tuatara and its fossil relatives. " (wikipedia)    I WANT HIM!!!!

Not a lizard, a tuatara!! "Tuatara were originally classified as lizards in 1831 when the British Museum received a skull. The genus remained misclassified until 1867, when Albert Günther of the British Museum noted features similar to birds, turtles, and crocodiles. He proposed the order Rhynchocephalia (meaning "beak head") for the tuatara and its fossil relatives. " (wikipedia) I WANT HIM!!!!

This is a magnificent shot. Beautiful.

This is a magnificent shot. Beautiful.

Land Iguana in Galapagos Islands. Travel with Cheesemans' Ecology Safaris!

Land Iguana in Galapagos Islands. Travel with Cheesemans' Ecology Safaris!

Pavot

Pavot

tuatara - our very own little dinosaur

tuatara - our very own little dinosaur

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Me voila de retour de New York, les mirettes encore saturées de Buildings, de Rooftops, de restaurants, de Central Park… et (...)

Blue-crested Lizard (Calotes mystaceus) male

Blue-crested Lizard (Calotes mystaceus) male

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