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Scincopus fasciatus

Scincopus is a monotypic genus of skinks, the only accepted species is Scincopus fasciatus. The species is commonly known as Peters' banded skink.
Distribution
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, Sudan, Libya, Sahara
Feeding
Mainly vegetarian.

Chlamydosaurus kingii

The frilled-neck lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii ), also known as the frilled lizard, frilled dragon or frilled agama, is a species of lizard which is found mainly in northern Australia and southern New Guinea.
Distribution
The frilled-neck lizard is found mainly in the northern regions of Australia and southern New Guinea. The lizard on rare occasions is found in the lower desert regions of Australia but primarily inhabits humid climates such as those in the tropical savannah woodlands.
Feeding
Like many lizards, frill-necked lizards are carnivores, feeding on cicadas, beetles, termites, and mice. They especially favor butterflies, moths and their larvae. Though insects are their primary source of food, they also consume spiders and occasionally other lizards.

Tiliqua gigas

Tiliqua gigas (Indonesian blue-tongued skink) is a close relative of the Eastern blue-tongued lizard.
Distribution
They are endemic to the island of New Guinea and other various surrounding islands. They are found typically in the rainforest, and in captivity, require high humidity.
Feeding
Omnivorous.

Pogona vitticeps

Pogona vitticeps, the central (or inland) bearded dragon, is a species of agamid lizard occurring in a wide range of arid to semiarid regions of Australia.
Distribution
This dragon is native to the semiarid woodland, arid woodland, and rocky desert regions of Central Australia.
Feeding
Omnivorous: Chopped meat, crickets, pinky mice, earthworms, leafy greens, squash.

Piton regius

The ball python (Python regius), also known as the royal python, is a python species found in sub-Saharan Africa. Like all other pythons, it is a non-venomous constrictor. This is the smallest of the African pythons and is popular in the pet trade, largely due to its small size and typically docile temperament.
Distribution
Ball pythons prefer grasslands, savannas, and sparsely wooded areas. Termite mounds and empty mammal burrows are important habitats for this species.
Feeding
In the wild, their diet consists mostly of small mammals, such as African soft-furred rats, shrews, and striped mice. Younger individuals have also been known to feed on birds.

Tupinambis rufescens

The Argentine red tegu, (Tupinambis rufescens), often referred to as simply red tegu, is one of the largest species of the Tupinambis lizards.
Distribution
As its name suggests, the Argentine red tegu is found in western Argentina, Bolivia as well as Paraguay.
Feeding
Wild specimens will eat a variety of plant and animal matter: fruits, vegetables, insects, rodents, birds, and fish.

Iguana iguana

The green iguana (Iguana iguana), also known as the American iguana, is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana.
CITES
CITES appendix II, B
Distribution
The native range of the green iguana extends from southern Mexico to central Brazil, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, and Bolivia and the Caribbean; specifically Grenada, Curaçao, Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and Útila.
Feeding
Green Iguanas are primarily herbivores, with captives feeding on leaves such as turnip greens, mustard greens, dandelion greens, flowers, fruit, and growing shoots of upwards of 100 different species of plant.

Tribolonotus gracilis

Tribolonotus gracilis are commonly known as red-eyed crocodile skinks, or, rarely, red-eyed bush crocodile skinks.
Distribution
Tribolonotus gracilis are found in New Guinea island in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. They live in tropical forests and have also been found in human-populated areas.
Feeding
Insectivorous.