Lizards of Madagascar —


There are more than 210 species of lizards in Madagascar. Some of the better known are chameleons, geckos, skinks, and iguanids. Strangely absent from the island are agamas and monitors, which are found across Asia and Africa.

Lizards featured on the site:
  • Geckos {Day geckos | Uroplatus}
  • Chameleons {True chameleons | Brookesia chameleons



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    Beautifully illustrated with full color photographs throughout, Madagascar Wildlife is a celebration of the unique fauna of a remarkable island and the perfect accompaniment to Bradt's popular general travel guide, Madagascar.




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