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Old May 29, 2012, 2:18 PM   #1
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Kind of a neat looking lizard.

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Beautiful animal and great details Jim!!
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Nice shot. You can tell this guy has had his tail regenerated after a break-off.

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Nice shot. You can tell this guy has had his tail regenerated after a break-off.

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Thanks Steve, I did not notice the tail.

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Great shot! It's amazing that their tails can regenerate!
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Cool shot jj, is that some sort of a whiptail lizard? I've seen similar ones with a blue tail but not a blue face!
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Nice shot, JJ. Six-lined whiptail Lizard, to be exact. We had these guys in Wichita Falls, then they followed me to Florida, when I moved here.
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Cool shot jj, is that some sort of a whiptail lizard? I've seen similar ones with a blue tail but not a blue face!
Thanks Saly, glad you enjoyed. Robert said it was a six-lined whiptale.

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Nice shot, JJ. Six-lined whiptail Lizard, to be exact. We had these guys in Wichita Falls, then they followed me to Florida, when I moved here.
Thanks for the ID Robet. This was taken on the Outer Banks.

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