Herptiles / Lizards / Iguanids / San Esteban Island Chuckwalla
 
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1 | The body of the San Esteban Island Chuckwalla is a tawny brown color with grey blotches. This lizard's coloring make it a master of camaflouge in its rocky environment. It has been confused with the Gila monster because of its plump body and tail shape, along with its small head and folds of skin. The difference lies in the Gila monster having much more pronounced coloration and a black-tipped snout and feet. Submitted courtesy David Brough. 
Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL | Date: 02-01-06 | Resolution: 3072 x 2048 | ISO: 400 | Exposure Mode: Easy shooting | Exposure Time: 1/60s | Aperture: 4.0 | Focal Length: 100.0mm | White Balance: Auto white balance | Flash: Flash fired, auto
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