Reptiles

small chameleon

13/05/13

Small Chameleon

A got a little bit of luck for a change with a friend of mine calling me up to take a macro picture of a green crab spider. It just so happened that this little reptile was hiding in the... (Read more)

Karoo Gecko

18/09/11

Karoo Flat Gecko

The Karoo Flat gecko or Afroedura Karroica has a flat head and large copper coloured eyes. The body is covered in a soft granular skin which is a tannish colour with dark blotches. The belly is cream in color. The... (Read more)

Tropical House Gecko

27/08/11

Tropical House Gecko

The Tropical House Gecko, Afro-American house gecko or Cosmopolitan house gecko (Hemidactylus mabouia) is a species of house gecko native to sub-Saharan Africa. It is also currently found in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean, where it has... (Read more)

Common Chameleon

28/05/11

Common Chameleon

Chameleons, of the family Chamaeleonidae are a distinctive and highly specialized type of lizards. They are recognized by their parrot-like feet, their separately mobile and stereoscopic eyes, their very long tongues, their swaying gait, crests or horns on their distinctively... (Read more)

The Common Chameleon

04/02/11

Common Chameleon

Chameleons, of the family Chamaeleonidae are a distinctive and highly specialized type of lizards. They are recognized by their parrot-like feet, their separately mobile and stereoscopic eyes, their very long tongues, their swaying gait, crests or horns on their distinctively... (Read more)

Boomslang

28/01/11

Boomslang

A boomslang (Dispholidus typus) is a relatively small, venomous snake native to sub-Saharan Africa. Its name means “tree snake” in Afrikaans and Dutch. The boomslang has a highly potent venom, which it delivers through large fangs that are located in... (Read more)

Mocambique Spitting Cobra

05/12/10

Mocambique Spitting Cobra

The Mocambique Spitting Cobra or Naja mossambica is probably the most dangerous snake second to the Mamba. When confronted this snake can rear up two thirds of its body and can spit its venom with quick moving accuracy. The venom... (Read more)

Monitor Lizard

03/12/10

Monitor Lizard

Monitor lizards are usually large reptiles, although some can be as small as 12 centimeters in length. They have long necks, powerful tails and claws, and well-developed limbs. Almost all monitor lizards are carnivorous, but some will eat fruit. Species... (Read more)

Chameleon

01/11/10

Chameleon

Francios asked me to post this for him. Hope you like it. For more information on Chameleons see: Common Chameleon

Common House Lizard

19/10/10

Common House Lizard (skink)

Not sure whether this was a skink or a lizard as they all seem the same to me. Will post the correct name once someone tells me otherwise.

Blue Headed Lizard

11/09/10

Blue Headed Lizard

The Blue Headed Lizard is also known as the Blue Headed tree agama. If he is the strongest and prettiest in the area he will attract females. The females do not have blue heads.

Nile Crocodile

09/07/10

Nile Crocodile

A Photograph taken in near Addo Elephant Park at the Crocodile Ranch.

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