CURLY TAIL LIZARDS: ABACO’S CHARMING REPTILES


CURLY TAIL LIZARDS: ABACO’S CHARMING REPTILES

I have previously posted about these cute creatures that lie sunning themselves and occasionally blinking; or scuttle away when they see you. See CURLY TAILS for photos and details about these lizards and their habits. Here are a few more recent images. The first three were taken at the Delphi Club, where they seem to enjoy the pool area in particular. The top one has one extraordinarily long finger. It’s worth clicking on these 2x to enlarge them to see the structure of their skin / overlapping scales

An impressive “complete double curly”

This pair of curly tails was at Crossing Rocks, where we were trying to locate Bahama Woodstar hummingbirds in the scrubland. We rather felt that we might be interrupting something… They look endearingly affectionate.

2 thoughts on “CURLY TAIL LIZARDS: ABACO’S CHARMING REPTILES

  1. They are lovely creatures – it’s impossible to watch one and not smile… I was very impressed by the “double curly” which I’ve never seen (noticed?) before. And the 2 on the tyre were there embracing tenderly for a full 15 minutes in the sun (after s3x presumably) while we looked for male Bahama Woodstar hummingbirds in the scrub. RH

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