Lizard Close-Up

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  1. cavafis

    cavafis TPF Noob!

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    Hi, I would like to share this pic I took like two years ago with my old Fuji 5600S.
    I had no tripod but I am quite happy with the sharpness although I know it could be better.
    Comments are welcome.

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  2. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice shot. Know anything about what kind it is, size, diet?
     
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    Hi, not sure about the exact name of it, but the family is "Psammodromus" I think. Could be a Psammodromus algirus because of the blue-green spots it has o its sides.

    It is about 15 cm long from nose to tail and eats mainly insects like ants, little grasshoppers, little spiders, etc.
     
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    beautiful!!!!!!!
     
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    He's beautiful! Love his colors. I like it :)


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