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  1. Chameleons (
      "They are famous for their ability to change their colour (but this is a myth) also because of their elongated tongue and their eyes which can be moved independently of each other." 12-04

  2. Climate Change Is Causing Lizard Extinctions (
      "A few years ago, a team of herpetologists first noticed a suspicious pattern of extinctions among populations of European lizards. At the time, it wasn't clear why they were dying it could have been global warming, but it also could have been disease or loss of habitat. So researchers set out to get the hard evidence, ultimately launching a global study that eventually drew in more than two dozen scientists from around the world." 05-10

  3. Geckos (
      "Geckos are unique among lizards in their vocalizations, making chirping sounds in social interactions with other geckos. Geckos are unusual in other respects as well. Many species have specialized toe pads that enable them to climb smooth vertical surfaces and even cross indoor ceilings with ease." 12-04

  4. Iguana - Selection (
      Provides suggestions on selecting an iguana for a pet. 8-00

  5. Iguanas (Zoological Society of San Diego)
      Provides a description and includes pictures. 2-01

  6. Iguanas - Selection of Iguanas (
      Provides suggestions on selecting an iguana for a pet. 8-00

  7. Reptiles - Lizards (Rainforest Reptile Refuge Society)
      Provides a description and picture of iguanas, monitors, anoles, skinks, and Chinese water dragons. Includes cautions, just in case a person is considering the animal for a pet. 11-00

  8. Skinks (
      Provides a description and pictures of the blue-tongued skink. Provides suggestions for the care of the reptile as a pet. It has a prehensile tail and is very expensive. 8-00


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