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A New Guinea blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua gigas) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A New Guinea blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua gigas) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A New Guinea blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua gigas) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A New Guinea blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua gigas) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A crocodile tegu (Crocodilurus amazonicus) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A Yucatan milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum blanchardi) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A Yucatan milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum blanchardi) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A Yucatan milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum blanchardi) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A Yucatan milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum blanchardi) at the Nashville Zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A diving skink (Amphiglossus reticulatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A bearded anole (Chamaeleolis barbatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A bearded anole (Chamaeleolis barbatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A bearded anole (Chamaeleolis barbatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A bearded anole (Chamaeleolis barbatus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) at the Amphibian Foundation.

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A fan foot gecko (Ptyodactylus hasselquisti) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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A brown rainbow boa (Epicrates maurus) at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Cincinnati, Ohio. His name is Skittles.

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A brown rainbow boa (Epicrates maurus) at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Cincinnati, Ohio. His name is Skittles.

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A brown rainbow boa (Epicrates maurus) at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Cincinnati, Ohio. His name is Skittles.

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A brown rainbow boa (Epicrates maurus) at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Cincinnati, Ohio. His name is Skittles.

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A female blue-headed anole (Anolis allisoni) from a private collection.

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A male blue-headed anole (Anolis allisoni) from a private collection.

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A male blue-headed anole (Anolis allisoni) from a private collection.

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A female blue-headed anole (Anolis allisoni) from a private collection.

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