Reptile Pictures

  1. Alligator 1 - a large alligator warming in the sun on the bank of a lake, seen from front. Picture by KSC.

  2. Desert Iguana - a small light brown Desert Iguana in the shade of a bush, seen from front left. Picture by USAF.

  3. Brachiosaurus - the very long, and very high, neck of a life-size Brachiosaurus dinosaur under sunny clear sky in an open scientific exhibition. Brachiosaurus was once the biggest and tallest known dinosaur, but even bigger ones were discovered in recent years.

  4. House Gecko - a house gecko, standing on a vertical wall.

  5. Small Lizard - close up on a small lizard on a large horizontal tree branch, seen from left.

  6. Iguana - a dark Iguana on a white ocean beach, seen from left. Picture by Rebecca Waddington, NOAA.

  7. Desert Gecko - close up of a desert gecko on a rock, showing its excellent natural camouflage colors.

  8. Gavial crocodiles - two Gavials, a South Asian species of crocodile with a long thin snout.

  9. Alligators - close up on the heads of two alligators, lurking with just their eyes out of the water.

  10. Alligator 2 - close up from front on the head of an alligator lurking in the water with just the top of its head out of the water.

  11. Alligator 3 - another close up from front on the head of an alligator lurking in the water.

  12. Alligator 4 - an alligator, floating, lurking in the water, seen from right.

  13. Alligator 5 - an alligator on a patch of grass near the water.

  14. Alligator 6 - close up from front on a big alligator on a patch of grass.

  15. Agama Lizard - a gray brown Starred Agama Lizard (Agama Stellio), a split second before it decided to run elsewhere.

  16. Brown striped lizard - a brown striped lizard, almost perfectly camouflaged in its environment.

  17. Chameleon - if you will look carefully, you'll see a chameleon in the center of the picture, perfectly color matched to the tree trunk it's on.

  18. Green Lizard - a South American anole green lizard.

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