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Family of long reptiles sauriens from 12 to 75 cm, with the thin body covered with small overlapping scales often presenting sharp colors, with the well developed legs, pentadactyl and provided with claws, with long and pointed tail. Lacertidés group the reptiles called commonly "lizards".
Lizard of the walls (Podarcis muralis)
Small lizard with the thin and flattened corp from 12 to 17 cm, brownish chestnut gray, often stained especially in the male. With the sun on rock support. Nourishes small invertebrates. Very common. Present in almost all the mediums, until more than 2500 m. Protected on all France.
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- limaz (0)
- [2006-11-29 8:06]
A nice shot of a Lizard. Like the focos on the face and the blurred body.
I suggest cropping away the bottom as it is dominating ( half overexposed and half very dark). Leave a little but not as much as now.