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Agama Lizard - The Agama lizard's head, neck and thighs are covered with spiny scales. Males can be brown, gray, red, blue, or even yellow. Females, however, are either brown or gray in color.  There are 60 known species of agama lizards.

Kenyan Rock Agama (Agama lionotus) Location: found throughout Sub-Saharan Africa

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Gonatodes - (Gonatodes daudini) a genus of dwarf geckos that include many different species. Each species has a dramatic and unique color variation (males). They live primarily in the forests of South America.

Abronia graminea.  Bill Love-photographer

This species is endemic to the highlands of the states of Veracruz and adjacent Puebla, Mexico.

Phelsuma klemmeri by Bent Tranberg on Flickr.

Yellow-headed day gecko (Phelsuma klemmeri) is a diurnal species of gecko. It is endemic to northwestern Madagascar and typically inhabits coastal rainforests, dwelling on trees. The yellow-headed day gecko feeds on insects and nectar.

Hello, spiderman!!  The Mwanza Flat-headed Agama is a lizard found in Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya. The lizard has an uncanny resemblance to the Marvel superhero Spiderman.  The head, neck and shoulders of the Mwanza Flat-headed Rock Agama is either a bright violet or red, while the rest of their bodies are a deep blue color. Almost fittingly, this delightful color combination is specific only to the male population of the species. The females of this Agama species are dull brown.

The Mwanza Flat-headed Agama is a lizard found in Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya. The lizard has an uncanny resemblance to the Marvel superhero.

Basiliscus basiliscus: Photo by Photographer Jim Hoffman

Brown Basilisk or Striped Basilisk (Basiliscus vittatus; in some areas referred to as "common basilisk") is one species of basilisk lizard. Photo by Jim Hoffman

This lizard looks like a circus performer doing a juggling trick using three balls and stilts.

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