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In the subtropical lowlands and in the rocks of the high Himalayas, we meet lizards that shine like gems in the sun
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landal

Beautiful lizard with the blue legs. We have three native lizards here, and they are all fairly small and unintimidating. This one reminds me of a Green Anole, which can change from green to brown, with the same head and basic shape. Thanks Deanna! 😊

Deanna

Iri, thank you for your kind words, I'm really glad you like the photos of my daughter. We went through a common development in photography and my daughter is better than me, I'm very pleased β™₯:))

irmachac

Absolutely amazing set today Dea. I was happy to make it. Greetings and thanks to you and your daughter.

Deanna

Robin, good question, thank you. I'm sorry I can't answer exactly because my daughter took the picture. According to other photos that I have, I think that this lizard can be about 20 - 25 cm long, it is quite large. You're lucky to have a smaller one β™₯:))

redina1

How big do they get? We have tiny ones here that are as intimidating. Thanks. :)

Deanna

Jill, thank you very much for your visit and kind words with which you rated the photos from my daughter, she would definitely be pleased β™₯:))

JillianB

He really is great. What a clever set. Thanks Deanna

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