Costa Rica:Reptiles (4pics)

The appropriately named "Green Iguana"!
The appropriately named “Green Iguana”!
A Basilisk which had just run across the surface of the water!
A Basilisk which had just run across the surface of the water!
Can you see me?
Can you see me?
I probably got a bit too close to this Black Cayman.
I probably got a bit too close to this Black Cayman.

Back to the Costa Rica archive again!

It’s a little bit chilly in Essex at the moment ,  so if anyone from a warm tropical country would like to adopt me , please feel free!

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9 thoughts on “Costa Rica:Reptiles (4pics)”

  1. Lovelies!

    We have some of these guys here, too… Sadly, they’re non-natives and hurt our guys’ populations. They call the basilisks “Jesus Lizards” for their walk-on-water magic. 🙂

  2. Smashing pictures Scottie. It’s still pretty warm in Cornwall. They don’t think we’ll get any snow which is a shame from a photography point of view 😉
    BTW haven’t been getting my email notifications for your posts so will try subscribing again…

    1. Hello mate, I’ll be having a fleeting visit to Cornwall at the beginning of next week , to retrieve my worldly possessions! So, fingers crossed that there’s not too much snow about – from a travelling perspective. I wrote something nasty about the new reader page , so it’s probably sought revenge by interfering with the email notifications! 🙂

      1. No, it’s not permanent , just going through the process of recoup and rebuild after my relationship failed. It’s a bit tough at the moment, but I should be able to spread my wings and start again in a few months – where I go after that depends on jobs ,but I do miss rugged coastlines and being in the countryside enormously!!! 🙂

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