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Photo take at my backyard, this juvenile one is moving on a plant about 15 cm long beautiful stripes on the face. It can reach 70 cm in total length, two thirds of which is a thin tail. Rather slow, it sits on trees and bushes above water courses, licking water drops on leaves and catching insects that walk nearby.
They are native of México, Panama, Belize, northwestern Colombia and Costa Rica, but have been introduced in U.S.