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Easily identified by its irregular-shaped body scales and curled, prehensile tail - The Endemic Pygmy lizard is one of the slowest and perhaps the most lethargic seeming lizards found in srilanka.
Pygmy lizards belong to a family of reptiles called Agamidae (commonly called dragons or dragon lizards). But unlike other Agamids these little fellows don't lay eggs. Instead they hatch the eggs within their body and give birth to live young.
Lat: 6.83, Long: 80.99
Spotted on Feb 19, 2014
Submitted on Feb 19, 2014
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