Flying Lizards (Draco blanfordii) Also called the ‘flying dragons’ or gliding lizards, These species are able to glide because on each side of the body there is a wide flap of skin (the patagium) supported by movable elongated ribs. ranges from southwestern China through Vietnam and Thailand to Peninsular Malaysia. Tim MacMillan & John Downer Pro/Nature Picture Library National Geographic Society — with Ajay Soni.
Blue-tongued lizards, or skinks, have vivid cobalt-colored tongues. Native only to Australia, they're docile creatures that are often kept as pets. They're also the world's largest urban-dwelling wild lizards, and can grow as long as two feet!
Red iguana on Banco Chinchorro, south east Mexico.
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