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

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

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A Club tail iguana (Ctenosaura quinquecarinata) at Prague Zoo.

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A Club tail iguana (Ctenosaura quinquecarinata) at Prague Zoo.

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A Club tail iguana (Ctenosaura quinquecarinata) at Prague Zoo.

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A Club tail iguana (Ctenosaura quinquecarinata) at Prague Zoo.

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A Steppe agama (Trapelus sanguinolentus) at Prague Zoo.

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A Steppe agama (Trapelus sanguinolentus) at Prague Zoo.

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A Steppe agama (Trapelus sanguinolentus) at Prague Zoo.

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A Steppe agama (Trapelus sanguinolentus) at Prague Zoo.

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A secret toad-headed agama (Phrynocephalus mystaceus mystaceus) at Prague Zoo. It has cheek flaps that it can extend out the sides of its head to make its mouth look wider, scaring off some predators.

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A secret toad-headed agama (Phrynocephalus mystaceus mystaceus) at Prague Zoo. It has cheek flaps that it can extend out the sides of its head to make its mouth look wider, scaring off some predators.

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A secret toad-headed agama (Phrynocephalus mystaceus mystaceus) at Prague Zoo. It has cheek flaps that it can extend out the sides of its head to make its mouth look wider, scaring off some predators.

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A secret toad-headed agama (Phrynocephalus mystaceus mystaceus) at Prague Zoo. It has cheek flaps that it can extend out the sides of its head to make its mouth look wider, scaring off some predators.

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An Iraqi spiny-tailed lizard (Saara loricata) at Prague Zoo. This is the male. It can use its thick tail as a form of defense. It spends most of the year underground and is only active during the spring.

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An Iraqi spiny-tailed lizard (Saara loricata) at Prague Zoo. This is the male. It can use its thick tail as a form of defense. It spends most of the year underground and is only active during the spring.

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An Iraqi spiny-tailed lizard (Saara loricata) at Prague Zoo. This is the male. It can use its thick tail as a form of defense. It spends most of the year underground and is only active during the spring.

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An Iraqi spiny-tailed lizard (Saara loricata) at Prague Zoo. This is the male. It can use its thick tail as a form of defense. It spends most of the year underground and is only active during the spring.

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An Iraqi spiny-tailed lizard (Saara loricata) at Prague Zoo. This is the male. It can use its thick tail as a form of defense. It spends most of the year underground and is only active during the spring.

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A Percival’s legless skink (Acontias percivali) at Prague Zoo. This species lives underground in Tanzania, but it full range remains undetermined.

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A Percival’s legless skink (Acontias percivali) at Prague Zoo. This species lives underground in Tanzania, but it full range remains undetermined.

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A Percival’s legless skink (Acontias percivali) at Prague Zoo. This species lives underground in Tanzania, but it full range remains undetermined.

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An East African clawed gecko (Holodactylus africanus) at Prague Zoo. This species eats mainly termites, the energy from which ends up being stored as fat in its tail. The Prague Zoo claims to have had the first documented captive breeding of this species.

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An East African clawed gecko (Holodactylus africanus) at Prague Zoo. This species eats mainly termites, the energy from which ends up being stored as fat in its tail. The Prague Zoo claims to have had the first documented captive breeding of this species.

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A spiny skink (Tribolonotus novaeguineae) at Petra Aqua.

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A spiny skink (Tribolonotus novaeguineae) at Petra Aqua.

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A spiny skink (Tribolonotus novaeguineae) at Petra Aqua.

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A spiny skink (Tribolonotus novaeguineae) at Petra Aqua.

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A peacock day gecko (Phelsuma quadriocellata) at Petra Aqua.

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A common house gecko (Hemidactylus frenatus) at Petra Aqua.

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