Agama Lizard (Agama Agama)

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The  agama is a lizard from the Agamidae family found in most of sub-Saharan Africa.This lizard can be found climbing rocks and walls.It can often be seen during the day.

Length - 13 to 30 cm 

Colour - plain brown outside breeding season

During breeding season - the head and neck and tail turning bright orange, and the body dark blue.

 

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The  agama is a lizard from the Agamidae family found in most of sub-Saharan Africa.This lizard can be found climbing rocks and walls.It can often be seen during the day.

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