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VENEZUELA Henri Pittier Morrocoy Llanos Andes FIN - Carnets de voyage - page 4

VENEZUELA Henri Pittier Morrocoy Llanos Andes FIN - Carnets de voyage - page 4

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Central Bearded Dragon  by Eric Hynes

Central Bearded Dragon by Eric Hynes. Looks like Rocky :.

Bearded dragon

Bearded dragon, I pinned this because I love the pic

This is a huge Tegu lizard (they fill the same ecological niche as monitor lizards).  They were common in various places along the trail in Iguazu National Park.

Tegu lizard (they fill the same ecological niche as monitor lizards). They were common in various places along the trail in Iguazu National Park.

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This baby Eastern Screech Owl will be one of our stars at this year's Baby Owl Shower.

Malachite Kingfisher taken at Marievale Bird Sanctuary - Cliffy Els

MALACHITE KINGFISHER Alcedo cristata by Cliffy Els The Malachite Kingfisher is a river kingfisher which is widely distributed in Africa south of the Sahara. It is largely resident except for seasonal.

Shelby, bearded dragon

Shelby, bearded dragon

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http://gd-biosubsea.pagesperso-orange.fr/images/ASSO-BERNARD-ANEMONE.jpg

The Rubber Duck project.

The Rubber Duck project. via Florentijn Hofman who hauls that big bad baby from city to city.

Spyro the bearded dragon  Why didn't I think of the name spy to for my beardy?! That would have been epic!!

Spyro the bearded dragon Why didn't I think of the name spy to for my beardy?

Indian Gharial Crocodile by G&H Denzau: Despite its substantial size (up to 400 lbs and 20') this critically endangered species has a narrow and fragile jaw and eats fish, not humans. #Crocodile #Indian_Gharial_Crocodile #G_&_H_Denzau

Indian Gharial Crocodile--Despite its substantial size (up to 400 lbs and this critically endangered species has a narrow and fragile jaw and eats fish, not humans. It, too, is diminishing in numbers.

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