Agama of Turkestan

Agama (Stellio) lehmanni
Азиатские горные агамы

It lives in an area limited to the mountainous arid regions of northern Afghanistan, eastern Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and western Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
A large lizard with a body length of up to 15 cm and a tail length of up to 22 cm. Males are slightly larger than females. The Turkestan agama is a territorial animal, often forming groups of one male and several females in the natural environment.
They feed on insects and other invertebrates, along with which they eat parts of plants (flowers, seeds and fruits of almonds and mulberry berries).
In spring, they appear after wintering already in early March, mating in April-May. Egg laying begins in the second half of June and continues in July. In a clutch of 8 to 22 eggs with a size of 15-22 x 9-14 mm. Smaller young females have a smaller clutch size (no more than 7-8 eggs). Young with a trunk length of 36-38 mm appear in September-October.


The Nile Crocodile
Crocodylus niloticus
Patterned skid
Elaphe dione