#1
I saw this on the way to the bus stop this morning.



I thought it was a changeable lizard but it's not.
Any reptile experts here?

I wish ultimate-reptiles.com was a thing also sorry this thread sucks just like all my other threads
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#2
That's a JPEG image.
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#6
I am a bit of a reptile nut. I own a stimsons python and two Western Australian bearded dragons. Though I cannot recognise this, I'm certain it's a dragon. How close to a body of fresh water was this pic taken? Where are you from?
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#10
Geico Gecko. He seems pretty cool so have a drink with him.
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#13
Fairly certain that's the rarely deep sea jellyfish Stygiomedusa gigantea.
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#14
What would you consider it then?
It's body (though not head) reminds me of a crested dragon.


Have a look at this things back legs. Try as you might, unless you dig this out of a hole your not catching it. Its actually quite a thing to see one of these run at full speed, they lift the whole front of there body off the ground and just have there back legs touching the ground as they motor along. I've caught two of these in my 10-12 years of catching and taking care of lizards/snakes.


It's not a skink. Though judging by it's toes it could be some kind of gecko, not like any i've seen though.
Last edited by mybanez at Mar 6, 2012,
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#16
It does look awful similar to the changeable lizard



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#17
nawwwwww

EDIT: I looked through a big list of Singaporean lizards to put off doing proper work, and the changeable lizard is the only one with a similar shape I could find. How do you know it's not one of them?
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What would you consider it then?
It's body (though not head) reminds me of a crested dragon.


Have a look at this things back legs. Try as you might, unless you dig this out of a hole your not catching it. Its actually quite a thing to see one of these run at full speed, they lift the whole front of there body off the ground and just have there back legs touching the ground as they motor along. I've caught two of these in my 10-12 years of catching and taking care of lizards/snakes.

It's not a skink. Though judging by it's toes it could be some kind of gecko, not like any i've seen though.

Wow, that's beautiful I've seen videos of them run and it really is amazing.

This one didn't move much though

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EDIT: I looked through a big list of Singaporean lizards to put off doing proper work, and the changeable lizard is the only one with a similar shape I could find. How do you know it's not one of them?


I know it's not a skink but its head is the same shape. I actually thought it was a snake before I saw the rest of the body

Anyway I asked someone at the biodiversity museum here who's an expert on tropical lizards and he didn't know what it was either this thread really sucks
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#22
By the looks of it, an Ancient Dragon.



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#23
98% sure it's a garden lizard. The all look so different, some have a crest some dont, some are fat some aren't. Or it could be because the colour of there body changes half way down.
#24
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No it doesn't, I actually had a good time looking at different reptile species characteristics to try and identify the one up there.