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Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge
The swamp was covered with vegetation and this made it almost impossible to get a pinpointed view of the giant reptiles making all of the noise. Then he rose, the mighty king himself, making his grand entrance top side as he broke his cover rising through the dense vegetation of the swamp. This show of dominance and territorial defiance continued for a half hour before he sank back to the depth and was not to be seen again.
Location: Paynes Prairie, Micanopy, Florida
Clinging on with sticky toes, a green tree frog sits bravely on its unlikely friend - a large tree python.
Picture: Fahmi Bhs/Solent News
Mars may be a huge asshole but she’s still my pretty baby
There was a day gecko in the Climatron!
Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle
Mauremys sinensis (Geoemydidae), commonly referred as Chinese Stripe-necked Turtle, is an Endangered species native to China with a modest population in Viet Nam.
This especially striking freshwater turtle can be distinguished by the fine yellow and black lines that decorate the neck, for which this turtle is named.
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Photo credit: ©FuYi Chen
Locality: Taipei, Taiwan
(via 500px / Oriental Garden Lizard by Hamed ali khan ( Sameer khan ))