The Patagonian Lizard

December 29th, 2008 Posted in fauna

Written by Shanie

Known by a few names including Lagartija patagónica, Lagartija gris, Liolaemus bibronii or Patagonian Lizard, this cute little guy is a quiet observer within the forests of the Lakes District.

The Patagonian Lizard is quick and able-bodied — quite impressive to watch when scaling the old growth Lenga trees. They enjoy living amongst the shade provided by the massive arboles; eating the green, thriving vegetation.

  1. 2 Responses to “The Patagonian Lizard”

  2. By Courtney on Dec 31, 2008

    aye, don’t step on me!

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