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Curly-tailed lizards are a family known as Leiocephalidae.  These species are found throughout the Caribbean islands.  There are 29 known species.

The curly-tailed lizards photographed below were found on the Grand Cayman island.  They are the Leiocephalus carinatus varius, commonly known as the "Grand Cayman Curly-tailed" or “Lion Lizard”.   This species is a common sight on the Grand Cayman island.  

Curly-tails can be found basking in the sun on rocks and concrete.  They are easily recognized by their long, banded tails that characteristically arch over their backs.  Scales are rough but they have a shiny brownish-green-gray appearance.

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that curly-tailed lizards bury themselves in the sand to sleep at night, but emerge during the day to sun themselves and rev up their metabolism before hunting?

 The curly-tailed lizard is an ominovour – it has a wide diet and likes to eat vegetation such as flowers as well as insects and other lizards.

 

Brown curly tailed lizard.

Curly-tail Lizard  - 1   Photographed on Cayman Island.

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Curly-tailed lizard on cement.

Curly-tail Lizard  - 2   Photographed on Cayman Island.

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Grand Cayman Curly Tail Lizard

Curly-tail Lizard  - 3   Photographed on Cayman Island.

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Curly-tail lizard on Grand Cayman island.

Curly-tail Lizard  - 4   Photographed on Cayman Island.

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Remarkable
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In the Book "The lectures of Linnaeus concerning the Animal Kingdom", published about 100 years ago, Carl Linnaeus wrote in the beginning of his Chapter on Amphibia that animals in this Chapter are "the ugliest, most cruel and most poisoning".  He expressed that he was happy that our Creator put rather few of these animals into this class.  If there had been more, they would have hurt the other species.

Carl Linnaeus (1701-1778) was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist.  He is known as the father of taxonomy and the one who laid the foundations for our current biological naming scheme.

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Reptiles breathe air!

Almost all reptiles lay shelled eggs!

 

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The King Cobra is the largest venomous snake in the world.  It is 12 feet long! 

Frogs breathe with their lungs but also their skin!

 

 

 

 

 

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Reptiles today live on every continent except Antarctica!

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