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The most common lizard we found, as I expected, was the pelagic gecko.
The legless lizard of Europe is a secretive creature that is often overlooked.
Check out the Solomons wedge skink.
The Wolf's wedge skink is a cryptozoic, semifossorial skink with an elongate body, covered in smooth, shiny scales and reduced limbs.
Bevel-nosed boas have narrow heads, long prehensile tails and a variable pattern.
Check out the brown treesnake.
Check out the common ground snake.
A look at the blue-tailed skink.
The Dice snake is found in eastern Europe and western Asia.
A look at the brown four-fingered skink.
Check out the English grass snake.
Check out the sheen skinks.
Check out the New Guinea ground boa.
Check out the New Guinea crocodile skink.
The New Guinea small-eyed snake is a secretive nocturnal elapid with a striking patterning that ranges from red bands on a white background in juveniles, to buff or brown bands on a lighter brown background in adults.
Check out Emoia obscura.
Check out the red viper.
Check out the emerald tree skink.
Check out the smooth snake.
Emoia jakati is a super-species named for the Jakati River on the Vogelkop Peninsula of Indonesian New Guinea.
Check out the viperine water snake.
Check out the jobi skink.
The sand lizard is Britain’s rarest and most threatened lizard.
The pale-headed skink is a terrestrial skink that likes to bask.