Panama 2019 Day 12: Tropical Critters

Tropical climates are filled with creatures unfamiliar to us in the northeast or Pacific northwest. Large iguanas are easy to identify, if not always easy to spot as they tend to blend in with the foliage. Any guesses about the creature in the pic below Sr. Iguana?

The answer tomorrow. 🙂

8 thoughts on “Panama 2019 Day 12: Tropical Critters

  1. Looks like some kind of a gecko but with marsupial tendencies, carrying around some young! Either that or a poor creature that was born with some serious handicaps! Haven’t seen any thing like that here in Cayman – lots of iguanas, though!

  2. for Ada: We have a lot of wildlife here. Not always easy to tell what it is. Gloria told us a hilarious story of opening her shower — small enclosure with hose draped over wall for cold water clean up — and finding a snake. She was naked and ran out of the house, then ran back in to grab a towel before calling a neighbor with a machete.

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