Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The Lizards of Isla Beata

Iguana strolling in front of the Canal de Beata

Just a few examples of the many lizards we saw on Isla Beata.  The iguanas were large, about three to four feet from nose to tip of the tail.  The other lizards were much smaller, but more colorful and very cute.  Our nephew, Aidan, is a lizard fan, and has a wonderful bearded dragon named Spiny, so these pictures are dedicated to him.
Is that a pose or what!

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