Eastern Collared Lizard

Eastern collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris) basks on a piece of petrified wood at Petrified Forest National Monument, Navajo County, Arizona. They belong to the same family as iguanas and chuckwallas. They don't hesitate to bite if captured and can draw blood.


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Timestamps:
Taken 11:09 AM on June 29, 2008
Uploaded 9:39 PM on August 9, 2012
Category:
Posted in Wildlife
Exif:
  • DSLR-A100
  • ƒ/14.0
  • 1/1600 sec.
  • 300 mm
  • 1600 ISO
Place:
Holbrook, AZ
Map of Holbrook, AZ

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