Lizards, snakes, toads, frogs, turtles and other reptiles & amphibians

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Taken at the zoo. It came out pretty good considering it was taken through dirty glass.

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Chameleons tend to remain calm, unruffled by photographers. I believe they enjoy the attention they're getting.
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Garden snake hunting for lunch-----got a slow moving lizard
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I had a knock on my door yesterday from a neighbour in the town-house complex I live in. She wanted me to remove a blue tongue lizard in her back yard, as she and her female friends were terrified of it. Apparently. :)

I caught it and released it my back yard, as I have blue tongues in residence that I feed bananas and strawberries every few days. They are normally pretty timid and disappear down their hole under the patio when I get too close.

But not this fella; he was out and about exploring today and I managed a couple of shots. Seems he lost part of his tail to a lawn mower, or maybe a dog or cat.

Anyway, I hope he hangs around.

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