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Wonderful capture…such vivid colors
Thank you Larry :)
– Veronica Schultz
oh my goodness, isn’t he amazing!!!!!!!! a fabulous capture!!!!
Thanks so much Lois. He is such a pretty little lizard. :)
wOWZA… HOW VERY COOL!!!!!
Thanks tons Debbie!
No way! Isn’t this an amazing example of nature?!! Wow! I’ve never seen anything like it!Excellent capture! FAVORITE! Can you tell me where this reptile’s natural habitat is located? Australia? South America? Cordially, Ellen
Thanks so much Ellen! They are native to Africa. There are different sub-species of the lizards depending on what part of Africa they’re in.
Thank you for the information on this magnificent lizard, Veronica. Congratulations on the well-deserved FEATURES!!Cordially, Ellen
I LOVE this guy! I was so interested I went to Wikipedia and found this – which is facinating: The Common Agama, Red-headed Rock Agama, or Rainbow Agama (Agama agama) is a species of lizard from the Agamidae family, found in most of Subsaharan Africa.
It can often be seen in the heat of the day. In the breeding season, the males develop their most dramatic markings, the head and neck and also tail turning bright orange, and the body dark blue. Outside of the breeding season, the male is a plain brown.LUCKY YOU!!Ellen
Thanks again :)
Thank you Svetlana!
This is a great shot Veronica ! ..Jozef
Thank you Jozef!
What a cute little guy, awesome colors.!
Thanks Tracy :)