22 April 2019

Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger


Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger

Do love to see cute reptiles pictures? Most people are afraid of snakes, spiders, lizards and crocodiles. But not the photographer Michael Leger. A zoo worker and a photographer see their wards very cute, despite the threat to life that their poison can inflict. In the world of 9400 species of reptiles, they are all different, and some even cute, at least in the lens of Michael.

Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger


Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger


Reptiles combine the features of amphibians of simple structure and more complex vertebrates. For example, the eyes are more complicated than those of amphibians. The skin color of geckos can be very unusual, imitating the bark of a tree, moss, grass, etc. Like some chameleons, some species can change their colors. The largest land animals were the dinosaur. They flourished during the Mesozoic era. At the end of the Cretaceous, almost all of them became extinct. Modern reptiles are scattered remnants of reptiles from that world. Like reptile fish and amphibians, cold-blooded animals. But they can regulate body temperature by changing skin color to cool or warm it. Like amphibians, most reptiles have a three-chamber heart.

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Young pythons are yellow or red and live outside the rainforest. This color helps them to mask in the grass. By the year the individual reaches one meter in length and changes its skin color to green in order to hide in woody foliage. Take a look at Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures of Michael Leger and make your day awesome.

Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger

Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger


Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger

Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger




Wonderfully Cute Reptiles Pictures by Michael Leger







Photo Credit: Michael Leger
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