Casque-headed lizard

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Laemanctus longipes

Also called the Casque-headed lizard or Crown basilisk (although it is not a real basilisk). You will find them from Mexico to Nicaragua, mostly in the lowland forests in trees and bushes. The female only gets to the ground to lay her eggs. Inclusive tail they can get 60-70 cm in length, the tail is 3½ of the length of the body.

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