Explore Rainbows, Chameleons, and more!

Handsome little guy

"has anybody seen, a lizard in a tin; a tiny little thing, that you keep a lizard in? has anybody seen or heard a scratchy sound; a tiny little lizard, going round and round?

Rock-A-Bye...t's sleeping time for the endangered Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta).  (By jaeWALK)

The endangered Philippine Tarsier (Tarsius syrichta). Haha this is a weird lookin' creature.D Everything is cute in it's own way I guess.

Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz.

Color

I want a pink chameleon.I'd name him Pascal, after the fabulous little guy in Tangled :)

Hanging around

if your happy and you know it hug a tree . I'm a tarsier ! The Philippine Tarsier has been called “the world’s smallest monkey” or “smallest primate” by locals before. However, the Philippine Tarsier is neither a monkey nor the smallest primate.

Caninana...a brazilian non venomous snake - beautiful!

Boiga Dendrophila by Mickaël Léger - Now if only there were a pair of platform heels as cool as this snake. But don't kill the snake.she's awesome.

I am at lunch now...leave a message.... at the beep

"*Galapagos Tortoise* - Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador" [Photographer Arthur Morris/BIRDS AS ART - July 29 I the paradise we will finally live longer than these guys

BABY CHAMELEONS. <3

BABY CHAMELEONS. <3

Green Python, Morelia viridis, Australia, by Bruce Thomson

I don't like snakes ,but this one is so beautiful : Green Python, Morelia viridis, Australia, by Bruce Thomson

Top 30 National Geographic Frog Pictures Of All Time

hang on little buddie. Frog and Crocodile, South Africa Photograph by Jonathan Blair, National Geographic

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

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