Gordon Gecko! | Photography by @gecko_tokay #Naturegeography

Blue tokay, posted by Reptile Hunter. Be careful, because these little geckos, common in the Philippines, have surprisingly powerful jaws!

Tokay Gecko - they are beautiful, they change colors, they can jump and climb your walls and hide on your ceiling, they have razor sharp teeth and will bite a huge chunk out of your arm if you get near it. They chirp like birds when mating and growl like the girl from the movie "The Ring" when angry. Very difficult reptile to have as a pet but worth it if you like lizards. Make sure you get two so they chirp at each other. NOT FOR CHILDREN! RIP my little buddy =(

"Tokay" - The Gecko: "Please 'paparazzi' I told you NO photographs today!" (Photo By: Mano Aliczki.

Colorful bearded dragons

37 Pics So Random You'll Think It Was An Accident

Good colors from nature to try when creating dragons - Colorful bearded dragons

Who knew baby chameleons could be this cute??

These Baby Chameleons Will Provide Your Daily Dose Of Squee

Teeny-weeny chameleon hatchlings steal hearts at Australia’s Taronga Zoo Australia’s Taronga Zoo is celebrating the arrival of 20 veiled chameleon babies that have hatched from three different egg clutches over the past couple of weeks.

Amazingly my tour guide spotted one of these on the roadside whilst we were travelling through the Red Centre

Thorny Devil Lizard - Prickly Desert Ant-Eater

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sixpenceee: “These iridescent snakes are gorgeous. The one on the right is a white-lipped python.

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot Me- I love the Madagascar Day Gecko a lot, such a beautiful gecko species!

AFRICAN BUSH VIPER   Family: Viperidae  Habitat: Remote rainforest regions  Fun Fact: These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position.

AFRICAN BUSH VIPER Family: Viperidae Habitat: Remote rainforest regions Fun Fact: These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position. At one time I was scared of snakes but then I learned not the all the snakes are bsd and now I like them:)

Gorgeous George, a rare Grand Cayman blue iguana

Blue Iguana (only found on the Caribbean Island Grand Cayman) Slithers Back from Extinction by Fred Burton. This is a male Grand Cayman Blue Iguana (Cyclura lewisi) at his peak. This reptile often grow to more than 5 ft in length and 25 lbs.

Armadillo Girdled Lizard...This is cool!

Armadillo Girdled Lizard

Funny pictures about Armadillo Girdled Lizard. Oh, and cool pics about Armadillo Girdled Lizard. Also, Armadillo Girdled Lizard photos.

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