Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Nosey

 When I was doing my research on the tiny chameleon for yesterday's post, I came across these weird critters in the same search lists. This first one is a Luminous Nose Horned Lizard, and belongs to the same family as the Bearded dragons. It lives in Indonesia, and had been thought to be extinct until 2018.


This on is an Ecuardian Horned Anole, or Pinocchio Lizard. It's horn is soft and will fold over when bumped. They can also wiggle it up & down.



And last, and certainy least in my mind, is the Vietnamese Longnosed Snake. It is not venomous.




21 comments:

CheerfulMonk said...

Hurray for curiosity and learning new things!

Hootin' Anni said...

I hate this snake as all the rest.

Ann said...

That first one looks very happy in that picture.

Ella said...

I am not so an reptilian!
I'm afraid of a frog too ...

Martha said...

Those are some weird looking critters!

The Feminine Energy said...

The wonders of God's creation!! Beautiful!! ~Andrea xoxo

MadSnapper said...

What I thought the title of your post I thought oh no she's doing a post about me! Haha. I just absolutely love all of these I can't even pick a favorite and I would love to see them in person! The one that fascinates me the most is the anole because that's what our lizards are there brown anoles and they look exactly like that one except they don't have the gorgeous nose and a gorgeous color. Good job being nosey

George said...

You featured some curious creatures in this post. I must admit that the lizard gives some good advice.

Nancy Chan said...

Interesting find. I didn't know about this pointed nose lizard.

Rose said...

Strange looking critters!

Beside a babbling brook... said...

Is this the last, Dear? I fear you will be giving me nightmares. -grinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn-

All such little creatures, "give me the willies"!

My problem, I know. >,-)))))

Peace Joy Courage

DawnTreader said...

The first one looks very cheerful, the second one more like surprised!

Chatty Crone said...

I loved this!!!!!!!!!!!! I always learn a lot when I come here.

Jenny the Pirate said...

Goodness gracious! Proving once again that God has a sense of humor! xoxo

photowannabe said...

Fascinating research Ginny. Beautiful critters...except the snake..I don't DO snakes..(:0)
Isn't God so creative? Imagine making all of these wild and weird Beings all over the world!
Sue

Linda said...

You find the most interesting things!!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Some most fascinating creatures.

Mari said...

They are all so interesting!

Jeanette said...

Those are different looking little critters! But good advise from the last one!

DeniseinVA said...

There are some fascinating creatures in the world and thank you for sharing these Ginny. Good advice too :)

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