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Cats and dogs make great pets, but lizards are often overlooked when it comes to companion animals.
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Cold-blooded, cold-hearted. It’s a common misconception that lizards are cold, distant creatures who would rather stay in their nests and hide from the world than have anything to do with us. While it’s safe to say that they aren’t as sentimental or affectionate as dogs and cats, some types of lizards are social butterflies and can get quite attached to their human keepers. It takes patience, but it works.
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Photographer Accidentally Captured A Photo Of This Extremely Chill Lizard Basking In The Sun (+21 More Of His Pics)
While dogs are chill, and cats are even more chill, reptiles could be considered the most chill due to their cold-blooded nature. In some sense, reptiles are the definition of cool.
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Marshall | He/Him/Hiss | Ticket to the snake zone
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A brown basilisk lizard (Basiliscus vittatus) on a fence post in the garden, interacting with an ant of an unknown species. The ant spent some time sitting on the basilisk's nose; neither party seemed particularly disturbed by the arrangement, and eventually the ant crawled off and went about its business.
Margo Loes saved to Creative Inspirations
Project Noah is a tool that nature lovers can use to explore and document local wildlife and a common technology platform that research groups can use to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.
One of the unique animals we had today in my frog and reptile workshop in St. Louis was this beautiful turquoise Mexican alligator lizard. It looks like a Jim Zuckerman photography & photo tours
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Frill necked lizard juvenile, (Chlamydosaurus kingii), in Fannie Bay, Darwin
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4382 Photo Views. See Oliver Senholdt's (pixelkladde) photos on 500px.
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