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A veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure.

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A female white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A male white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A pair of white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.
The male is larger and more brown, on left. Female is smaller and lighter in color.
This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A pair of white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.
The male is larger and more brown, on left. Female is smaller and lighter in color.
This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A pair of white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.
The male is larger and more brown, on left. Female is smaller and lighter in color.
This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A female white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A male white-eyed giant leaf-tailed gecko
(Uroplatus giganteus) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. This species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN.

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A northern leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus alluaudi) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.

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A northern leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus alluaudi) at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.

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A leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus sameiti) from private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like moss and lichen on the trunks of tropical trees. The dermal fringe (the tassels around the edges) allows them to blend in so well that even their shadows are broken up by it.

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A leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus sameiti) from private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like moss and lichen on the trunks of tropical trees. The dermal fringe (the tassels around the edges) allows them to blend in so well that even their shadows are broken up by it.

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A leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus sameiti) from private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like moss and lichen on the trunks of tropical trees. The dermal fringe (the tassels around the edges) allows them to blend in so well that even their shadows are broken up by it.

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A leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus sameiti) from private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like moss and lichen on the trunks of tropical trees. The dermal fringe (the tassels around the edges) allows them to blend in so well that even their shadows are broken up by it.

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A spearpoint leaf-tail gecko (Uroplatus ebenaui) from a private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like a dead leaf that’s been chewed on by insects.
This species is listed a vulnerable by IUCN.

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A spearpoint leaf-tail gecko (Uroplatus ebenaui) from a private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like a dead leaf that’s been chewed on by insects.
This species is listed a vulnerable by IUCN.

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A spearpoint leaf-tail gecko (Uroplatus ebenaui) from a private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like a dead leaf that’s been chewed on by insects.
This species is listed a vulnerable by IUCN.

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A spearpoint leaf-tail gecko (Uroplatus ebenaui) from a private collection. This species is camouflaged to look like a dead leaf that’s been chewed on by insects.
This species is listed a vulnerable by IUCN.

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A female Cameroon dwarf chameleon (Trioceros camerunensis) from a private collection.
This is possibly the only specimen in captivity.

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A female Cameroon dwarf chameleon (Trioceros camerunensis) from a private collection.
This is possibly the only specimen in captivity.

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A female Cameroon dwarf chameleon (Trioceros camerunensis) from a private collection.
This is possibly the only specimen in captivity.

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A female Perret’s peacock chameleon (Trioceros perreti) from a private collection.

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A female Perret’s peacock chameleon (Trioceros perreti) from a private collection.

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A female Perret’s peacock chameleon (Trioceros perreti) from a private collection.

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A female Perret’s peacock chameleon (Trioceros perreti) from a private collection.

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A female Perret’s peacock chameleon (Trioceros perreti) from a private collection.

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A male spectral pygmy chameleon (Rhampholeon spectrum) from a private collection.

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A male spectral pygmy chameleon (Rhampholeon spectrum) from a private collection.

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A male spectral pygmy chameleon (Rhampholeon spectrum) from a private collection.

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A male spectral pygmy chameleon (Rhampholeon spectrum) from a private collection.

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A Polillo false gecko (Pseudogekko smaragdinus) photographed at Zoo Plzen. This animal was originally from the Philippines.

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