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Galapagos Saltwater Dragon
Fernandina Island, Galapagos
Beach. Santa Cruz island (Galapagos).
Beach. Santa Cruz island (Galápagos)
Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
Iguana marina. Imagen tomada en Santa Cruz, Galápagos.
Found on Isla Isabela in the Galapagos
Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, Galapagos
Spiny, scaly, ugly, flaky lizard
Grey to black
Endémica de Galápagos
Endemic to the Galapagos Islands and the only marine lizard in the world.
These are swimming reptiles and they are a very dark black
Endemic to the islands. Individual shot as well as a horde sunning themselves.
found swimming in the water in north seymour island
More strikingly colored than the main species.
often found sunbathing on the beaches of the Galapagos, these are vegetarian ...
Galapago islands. With my brothers permission Curtis Whiteway.
permission Curtis Whiteway
Iguana tracks, the line is the imprint of the tail dragging as the iguana walks.
Es una especie de reptil escamoso de la familia Iguanidae. Es la única especie ...
over 30 ft (10 m) into the water. There are 7 sub-species
Buddies warm up on the rocks together in preparation for diving
The Marine Iguana live in Galapagos Islands. They are the only lizards that ...
Marine iguanas are the only lizard with the ability to swim - check out the ...
"Nursery" of juvenile marine iguanas
Basking marine iguana
This one was trying to decide if the water was hot enough for a swim :)