WORLD LIZARD DAY: Happy World Lizard Day! Out on the trail, we all want to see bighorn sheep or pronghorns. But more often then not, you probably will see a lizard or two scurry out of sight under a creosote bush or into a rock crevice. Nevada has over 20 species of harmless lizards. Only one lizard is venomous, the Gila Monster. These cold-blooded critters can be spotted sunbathing on warm rocks to help regulate their body temperature on sunny days like today. (📸: Jose Witt) #worldlizardday#lizardday
lizards of Borneo🦎 not only lizards, most of the reptiles have fascinating irides. if you are lucky enough to observe a creature of reptiles in very short distance, just appreciate the pattern and colour of its irides. p1 some species of flying lizard p2 Large Forest Gecko p3 Bowring's Supple Skink p4 Green Crested Lizard #worldlizardday#worldlizardday2019
@newquayzoo celebrated #worldlizardday earlier this week - why not give them a visit to see all their lizard and the rest of their incredible animals ⠀ *⠀ (📷 @newquayzoo)⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ *⠀ #paradiseparkcornwall
A bit late for #worldlizardday but I found this little cutie, a #westernfencelizard in my house. Thankfully, he was unharmed if a little chilly. He warmed up in my hand and I set him outside to hopefully avoid predators!
Happy World Lizard Day!! Spent the day wagon-pulling 33kg of pre-schoolers, who were ‘star-struck’ when they met a very charming (not mixed up) chameleon!🦎🥰 Thank you @singaporezoologicalgardens for the amazing experience! ❤️ #dreamcometrue#worldlizardday
For #worldlizardday, I decided to go with the big guy...the Komodo Dragon! The Komodo dragon, also known as the Komodo monitor, is a species of lizard found in the Indonesian island of Komodo. An averge adult male can be anywhere from 170 to 200 lbs and adult females are 150 to 160 lbs. Able to reach 10 feet in length, Komodo Dragons are the largest living lizard on Earth. #wildlifewarriors
A quite late, but very Happy World Lizard Day! :::: Lizards are the most incredible reptiles. They have the most insane diversity and adaptations. Lightning fast tongues, incredible color displays, dewlaps, venom, osteoderms, spikes, four legs, two legs, no legs... who cares? Lizards have it all. These beasties deserve all the attention they can get! :::: To lizards! Skoll! 🍻 :::: Picture by @laura.s_adventure :::: #worldlizardday#lizard
We repost a lovely photo😍 It’s a photo that @kecbd342 posted to celebrate #worldlizardday , with our chameleon painting added🙌 Thank you @kecbd342 💚 We are so happy that you have used our artwork😆👍 If you love our artwork too, please post your photo with it. Posting photo using our artwork is welcome🙆 The Photo is by @kecbd342 . The Art is by @stm_studio15 . #chameleons
#funfactfriday! In honor of #worldlizardday which was this last Wednesday, we wanted to ask, that one characteristic of the Northern Alligator Lizard is a fold of skin on each side of their body? This prominent longitudinal fold allows for the expansion of the lizard's sides when the animal is feeding, breathing, or pregnant. They will even sometimes puff up their bodies when threatened, though most found in this area will flee conflict if possible.