Reptiles of Manu

Manu National Park has an abundance of reptiles, not just snakes and lizards but caiman, tortoises and turtles as well. Here are some species from every group, click for a larger image.

Lizards & Geckos

Amazon Green Anoli - Anolis punctatus
Amazon Green Anoli – Anolis punctatus
Haseman's Gecko - Gonatodes hasemani
Haseman’s Gecko – Gonatodes hasemani

Turtles and Tortoises

Yellow-spotted River Turtle - Podocnemis unifilis
Yellow-spotted River Turtle – Podocnemis unifilis
The vulnerable Yellow footed tortoise - Chelonoidis denticulata
The vulnerable Yellow footed tortoise – Chelonoidis denticulata

Caiman

Unidentified Caiman - Caiman are closely related to aligators and live in central and south america
Unidentified Caiman – Caiman are closely related to aligators and live in central and south america

Snakes

Amazon Tree Boa - Corallus hortulanus
Amazon Tree Boa – Corallus hortulanus
Giant Bird Eating Snake - Pseustes sulphureus
Giant Bird Eating Snake – Pseustes sulphureus
Long-tailed Machete Savane - Chironius multiventris
Long-tailed Machete Savane – Chironius multiventris

 

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