double crested basilisk lizard runs across the water

double crested basilisk lizard runs across the water, that's why it's called the Jesus lizard

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The Jesus Lizard running on water

There are lizards called Jesus Lizards that can walk on water : Speedy Gonzales has nothing on me.

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The Basilisk Lizard is aka the "Jesus Lizard" because it can run on water (on its hind legs).

The Basilisk can run on water-amazing. Funny Pictures| Photography: The Amazing Moment Frozen in Photography

Basilisk one of the most interesting lizards of the family of iguanas. They can run on the surface of the water, holding by frequent strikes webbed hind feet.

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Plumed Basilisk - Basiliscus plumifrons - also called a green basilisk, double crested basilisk, or Jesus Christ Lizard - named because it walks on it's hind legs on water.

The plumed basilisk, Basiliscus plumifrons, also called a green basilisk, double crested basilisk, or Jesus Christ lizard, is a species of corytophanid to Latin America.

Plumed Basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons), also called a green basilisk, double crested basilisk, or Jesus Christ lizard, is a species of corytophanid to Latin America.

How the Jesus Lizard Evolved | IFLScience

48 million-year-old Jesus lizard probably walked on water, scientists say - The Washington Post

Amazon Rainforest..Jesus Lizard.When fleeing from predators, this reptile runs along the surface of water such as a pond or stream. The lizard reaches about 5 miles per hour this way. It propels itself along the water, using surface tension to briefly support its weight. The lizard’s toes have flaps of skin to create a broader surface and an air pocket to enhance the surface tension. But the “miracle” soon gives way to physics and the lizard is forced to swim.

Amazon Rainforest..Jesus Lizard.When fleeing from predators, this reptile runs along the surface of water such as a pond or stream. The lizard reaches about 5 miles per hour this way. It propels itself along the water, using surface tension to briefly support its weight. The lizard’s toes have flaps of skin to create a broader surface and an air pocket to enhance the surface tension. But the “miracle” soon gives way to physics and the lizard is forced to swim.

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Plumed basilisk or green basilisk lizard (Basiliscus plumifrons). These lizards can also run on water for a brief period of time, giving them their other name: The Jesus Christ lizard.

Plumed basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons)  Basilisk lizards are a number of different lizards in the Basiliscus genus sometimes called 'Jesus lizards' for their ability to run across water to escape predators or to grab unsuspecting small prey.

Plumed basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons) Basilisk lizards are a number of different lizards in the Basiliscus genus sometimes called 'Jesus lizards' for their ability to run across water to escape predators or to grab unsuspecting small prey.

B SIDE Magazine 1992 Curve, Jesus Lizard, Lush, Soundgarden, Superchunk, Joolz

B SIDE Magazine 1992 Curve, Jesus Lizard, Lush, Soundgarden, Superchunk, Joolz

Basilisco verde (Basiliscus plumifrons), América Central, tiene la capacidad de correr sobre el agua

Plumed or Green Basilisk or Jesus Christ Lizard (Basiliscus plumifrons) - native to Central America

Frank Kozik The Jesus Lizard Poster ~ i actually remember this show, first time i saw six finger satellite.. jesus lizard, was of course, fucking crazy rad

Frank Kozik The Jesus Lizard Poster ~ i actually remember this show, first time i saw six finger satellite. jesus lizard, was of course, fucking crazy rad

basilisk

Brown Basilisk or Striped Basilisk (Basiliscus vittatus; in some areas referred to as "common basilisk") is one species of basilisk lizard. Photo by Jim Hoffman

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