Sunday, February 24, 2008

Cordylus cataphractus (or the armadillo girdled lizard)

They are live bearing and the babies are perfect replicas of the adults. They bite on their tail and roll themselves into a ball when threatened. They also hide amongst rock crevices and inflate their bodies so they cant be removed.



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