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arisinginmight:

This is a collared lizard.
Collared lizards spend a lot of their time basking on boulders. Adult males posture and display head-bobbing behavior when threatened. They can only run on hind legs in open land, and they are vulnerable to habitat loss.

arisinginmight:

This is a collared lizard.

Collared lizards spend a lot of their time basking on boulders. Adult males posture and display head-bobbing behavior when threatened. They can only run on hind legs in open land, and they are vulnerable to habitat loss.


Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge
The swamp was covered with vegetation and this made it almost impossible to get a pinpointed view of the giant reptiles making all of the noise. Then he rose, the mighty king himself, making his grand entrance top side as he broke his cover rising through the dense vegetation of the swamp. This show of dominance and territorial defiance continued for a half hour before he sank back to the depth and was not to be seen again.

Location: Paynes Prairie, Micanopy, Florida

Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge

The swamp was covered with vegetation and this made it almost impossible to get a pinpointed view of the giant reptiles making all of the noise. Then he rose, the mighty king himself, making his grand entrance top side as he broke his cover rising through the dense vegetation of the swamp. This show of dominance and territorial defiance continued for a half hour before he sank back to the depth and was not to be seen again.

Location: Paynes Prairie, Micanopy, Florida

snakeworld:

Here are some pictures of some if the reptiles I have for the event tomorrow! These ones are probably my favorite. Especially the water monitor, I really love monitors SO much.
There’s also two corn snakes, a pastel BP, an angry carpet python, a leopard gecko, a baby crestie, a red foot tortoise, an unknown tortoise species (his shell got pretty messed up from neglect/abuse), three box turtles - who I caught mating, naught turtles! - and a 2-3 foot aligator. All of these animals are rescues and belong to International Reptile Rescue.

tunawhacks:

Zoo Leipzig + Zoom Lense Part I - Scales & Water

hissykisses:

hey piccardd do you want to show the internet how mommy cleans your tank?
YAS

hissykisses:

hey piccardd do you want to show the internet how mommy cleans your tank?

YAS

cdphotographs:

repticon houston    ↪ july 7, 2013 (7/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston
    ↪ july 7, 2013 (7/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston    ↪ july 7, 2013 (8/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston
    ↪ july 7, 2013 (8/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston    ↪ october 26, 2013 (10/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston
    ↪ october 26, 2013 (10/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston    ↪ october 26, 2013 (11/∞)

cdphotographs:

repticon houston
    ↪ october 26, 2013 (11/∞)

 
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