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piton real gigante - Buscar con Google

piton real gigante - Buscar con Google

Tortu ruda

Tortu ruda

Mis tortugas tomando sol

Mis tortugas tomando sol

Resultado de imagen para eublepharis macularius

Resultado de imagen para eublepharis macularius

tortu

tortu

Reptile ectoparasite recognition: ticks

Reptile ectoparasite recognition: ticks

lampropeltis spp - Buscar con Google

lampropeltis spp - Buscar con Google

It's said that eyes are the windows to the soul...eyes look like windows to the universe to me #justmythoughts

Dont you thing the second to last looks like the eye of sauron. also, predators with slit eyes are primarily ambush hunters.

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oliviabeanlove: givemeinternet:a brave snake saving a fish from drowning! A brave snake saving a fish from drowning.

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Hide 'n' peek! The damselfly who thought he was hidden. but was given away by his bug eyes

kinixys belliana - Buscar con Google

kinixys belliana - Buscar con Google

Iguana by Sandra Villarroel - http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/multimedia/photo-contest-winners2013

Vote 4 me! cAtegory 5 photo please share! Feast your eyes on the 2013 Picture Our Planet photo contest finalists and help us choose the winning photos!

Large-blotched Ensatina

This is a pictures of one of California's indigenous salamanders

The Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis)In Browning’s version, the Pied  Piper boasted to the town committee that he could expel pests such as  vipers with his pipe. Snakes are symbolic in many stories, usually as  being villainous. Probably the most famous depiction is the serpent in  the Garden of Eden, from the Bible.Image:  Mark Laita

Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis) is a venomous viper species found in the forests of West and Central Africa. A big viper, it is known for its striking color pattern and has a distinctive set of two or three horn-like scales on the end of the nose, the

Emperor Newts (also known as the Mandarin newts or Mandarin salamanders) live in the high mountain province of Yunnan, China. They inhabit pools and slow-moving streams in subtropical forests.

Photos: The New Amphibian Tree of Life

Emperor Newts (also known as the Mandarin newt or Mandarin salamander) live in the high mountain province of Yunnan, China. They inhabit pools and slow-moving streams in subtropical forests. More pretty colors!

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