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Cone head lizard cought while sunbathing
Very nice spotting, congrats!
Thank you all!! jaja again
Wow beautiful,awesome capture Daniel
Awesome spot! Congrats!
Congratulations Daniel on this beautiful Spot and SotD !
cool lizard . is it an agama or from scleroglossa family.
Congratulations! Fantastic creature! Wonderful shots! :-)
Congratulations Daniel ,,,
Congratulations Daniel on your SOTD
Thanks a lot! all of you
Congratulations Daniel wonderful spot :)
Yo digo que pongas la otra foto en la primera, se ve mas chida ;)
Thanks for sharing this fascinating lizard with us, Daniel. Congrats, we've chosen your photo as spotting of the day!Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/statuses..."Spotted in Mexico, this Cone head lizard is arboreal, meaning that it rarely leaves the trees. These vibrantly coloured lizards are found in the dense foliage of tropical rain forests throughout Central America. The Cone head lizard, also known as the Eastern casquehead iguana, is a long, thin lizard from Central America, especially Mexico. Rather slow, it sits on trees and bushes above water courses, licking water drops on leaves and catching insects that walk nearby."
Muy buena foto!
Spotted on Mar 26, 2012 Submitted on Nov 26, 2012
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