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libutron:

Neotropical Rattlesnake - Crotalus durissus 
Crotalus durissus (Viperidae) is a neotropical species of rattlesnake with several subspecies along its range; all of them are venomous.
Other common names: Cascabel Rattlesnake, South American Rattlesnake, Yucatan Rattlesnake
References: [1]
Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2014)

libutron:

Neotropical Rattlesnake - Crotalus durissus 

Crotalus durissus (Viperidae) is a neotropical species of rattlesnake with several subspecies along its range; all of them are venomous.

Other common names: Cascabel Rattlesnake, South American Rattlesnake, Yucatan Rattlesnake

References: [1]

Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2014)

Source: libutron

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teen-paradox:

Grunge&Modelsss♥

teen-paradox:

Grunge&Modelsss♥

Source: outsideawayfromthecity

nubbsgalore:

photos by mehmet karaca (see also: previous butterfly posts)

Source: nubbsgalore

galaxyreptiles:

iguanamouth:

tocifer:

iguanamouth:

september 8th is national iguana awareness day. iguanas are real and they are out there. they are watching. be aware

but can i really trust this coming from an iguana mouth

image

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Source: iguanamouth

galaxyreptiles:

libutron:

Oman Ghost Gecko - Hemidactylus lemurinus
Commonly known as Oman Ghost Gecko, Hemidactylus lemurinus (Gekkonidae) is a species of gecko only found in southern Yemen and Oman. This species seems to be strictly nocturnal and is only found on very large water-smoothed white marble bounders in the bottom of wadis. They are very adept at climbing in this slippery habitat.
The specific name lemurinus comes from the Latin “lemures”, the ghosts or spectres.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Drew Gardner | Locality: Dhofar, Oman (2009)

Shared by Galaxy Reptiles.

galaxyreptiles:

libutron:

Oman Ghost Gecko - Hemidactylus lemurinus

Commonly known as Oman Ghost Gecko, Hemidactylus lemurinus (Gekkonidae) is a species of gecko only found in southern Yemen and Oman. This species seems to be strictly nocturnal and is only found on very large water-smoothed white marble bounders in the bottom of wadis. They are very adept at climbing in this slippery habitat.

The specific name lemurinus comes from the Latin “lemures”, the ghosts or spectres.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Drew Gardner | Locality: Dhofar, Oman (2009)

Shared by Galaxy Reptiles.

Source: libutron

blusy22:

Espírito Psicodélico: OWL su We Heart It.

blusy22:

Espírito Psicodélico: OWL su We Heart It.

simplelivingbaby:

Untitled on We Heart It.

simplelivingbaby:

Untitled on We Heart It.