Reptiles galore

Here’s a photo post, demonstrating one aspect of the diversity of creatures in Belize.

Juvenile Ctenosaur or Spiny Tailed Iguana:

A fully grown one sunning:

Iguanas are everywhere in Belize:

Elegant headed lizard spotted on a night hike we did:

American crocodile in a lagoon on Ambergris Caye

Striped Basilisk, also known as the Jesus Lizard because it can run on top of pools of water.

Hicatee turtle swimming:

Central American Smooth Gecko waiting for insects that are attracted to light on the ceiling.


About Gina Allnatt

I have just finished a year long traineeship as a Biology Curator at Manchester Museum. I am currently a research and curation volunteer in the Entomology and Botany departments. -Gina Allnatt
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