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    Posted: 17 August 2016 at 17:59
Welcome to epsiode 4 of "Reptiles or Lizards".

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Aruban Whiptail - Cnemidophorus arubensis


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Green Iguana - Iguana iguana
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The title of this themed view leaves a little to be desired. "Reptiles or Lizards doesn't make a whole lot of sense since all lizards are, in fact, reptiles.
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Originally posted by Shearwater Shearwater wrote:

The title of this themed view leaves a little to be desired. "Reptiles or Lizards doesn't make a whole lot of sense since all lizards are, in fact, reptiles.


Agree! How about changing it to Reptilia (Latin)?
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I think it's too late to change. It's sort of a Dxyum tradition now
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Iguana in Tree.

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Can we add Amphibians to this thread?

Murray River Turtles....I think.
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Iguana Fight.
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Loser of Iguana Fight Mending Up Nicely.

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