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Savannah Monitor (@lemurrr) Instagram Profile Photo lemurrr

Savannah Monitor

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Geckos of Instagram (@geckos.ig) Instagram Profile Photo geckos.ig

Geckos of Instagram

image by Geckos of Instagram (@geckos.ig) with caption : "Left, Middle or Right? 😍
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Brent LeRash (@brentlerash) Instagram Profile Photo brentlerash

Brent LeRash

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Trioceros rudis

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🐢Turtles Talk Back (@turtles_talk_back) Instagram Profile Photo turtles_talk_back

🐢Turtles Talk Back

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The sungazer (Smaug giganteus, syn. Cordylus giganteus), also known as the giant girdled lizard or gia" - 1871865403190697707
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Little dragon🐉? . The sungazer (Smaug giganteus, syn. Cordylus giganteus), also known as the giant girdled lizard or giant dragon lizard or giant zonure, is the largest species of the Cordylidae, a family of lizards from Highveld grasslands in the interior of South Africa. The sungazer is a heavily armoured colonial species, with a typical snout–to-vent length of 15–18 cm (5.9–7.1 in) (or even up to 20.5 cm equal to 8.1 in). The species is known as the sungazer because of its distinctive thermoregulatory behaviour of elevating the anterior parts of the body by extending its forearms, usually near the entrance of its burrow as if looking at the sun. They are insectivores, but occasionally will eat small vertebrates. They are long-lived and captives have been recorded surpassing 20 years of age. Sungazers are very difficult to breed in captivity, and successes have only been reported by a handful of places worldwide. 📷 Joachim S. Müller via Flickr sofinstagram