South Indian Rock Agama

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South Indian Rock Agama

Went out for Bird 🦅 photography into Kuldiha range in Odisha but bad weather disappointed the enthusiasm and while returning wife spotted this SOUTH INDIAN ROCK AGAMA perfectly camouflaged and it portrayed so many poses before my lens.

The Peninsular rock agama or South Indian rock agama (Psammophilus dorsalis) is a common species of agama found on rocky hills in south India.An allied species, Psammophilus blanfordanus, is found in the Eastern Ghats, but north of the range of this species.

Nature has so many creatures to showoff and let’s we all love ❤️ and explore NATURE with every consideration not to destroy anybody’s HABITAT.
Gear Nikon
April 2021

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