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Lizard Molting His Skin

Posted 1st June 2008 | 5 Comments




Post Title: Lizard Molting His Skin
Author: Sureshot
Posted: 1st June 2008
Filed As: Reptiles
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  1. Daisy the Curly Cat commented:

    Those are some really amazing photos! It is really neat how the molting lizard kind of matches the wood that is also shedding it’s outer skin, too. I really like the green lizards, but where I live, the brown lizards are taking over and the green ones are becoming much more rare.

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  2. SureShot commented:

    We don’t have brown lizards here, just the green ones and something that looks like a lizard but is called a skink.

    I will have to find the one picture I have of the skink and post it. The skinks are very colorful — as younglings, they are a very pretty blue, but as they mature, they turn a brownish red. My photo is of one that is not quite turned adult yet, so it’s tail is blue, but it’s body is the red color.

    They are odd creatures.


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  3. waterrose commented:

    I haven’t seen that happen since high school biology class…very cool picture!

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  4. My Bug Life commented:

    A beautifully photographed lizard. Loved your photos!

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  5. RWS Photo commented:

    Amazing shot.

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