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Reptiles II

Reptiles II
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n. lizard

Translation: lagarto

Definition of lizard in English

Terrestrial reptile, carnivorous or omnivorous, that has four legs and a tail, native to warm regions.

Definition of lizard in Spanish

Reptil terrestre carnívoro u omnívoro con cuatro patas y cola, natural de regiones cálidas.

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n. wall lizard

Translation: lagartija

Definition of wall lizard in English

Carnivorous reptile with four legs, small and agile, that is green or brown in colour and easily scared.

Definition of wall lizard in Spanish

Lagarto carnívoro de pequeño tamaño, color verde o pardo y carácter asustadizo.

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n. gecko

Translation: gecko

Definition of gecko in English

Lizard, between 1 and 40 cm (0.5-15 in) in length, that has large fingers with adhesive pads for climbing, native to warm areas and generally insectivorous.

Definition of gecko in Spanish

Lagarto de entre 1 y 40 cm (0,5-15 in) de longitud, y dedos grandes con almohadillas adhesivas que le permiten trepar, natural de zonas cálidas y generalmente insectívoro.

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n. thorny dragon

Translation: diablo espinoso

Definition of thorny dragon in English

Insectivorous lizard, approximately 20 cm (8 in) in length, that is covered in spikes and capable of changing color to camouflage, native to the deserts of Australia.

Definition of thorny dragon in Spanish

Lagarto insectívoro de unos 20 cm (8 in) de longitud y cuerpo cubierto de púas, capaz de cambiar de color para camuflarse, natural de los desiertos de Australia.

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n. frilled-necked lizard

Translation: clamidosaurio

Definition of frilled-necked lizard in English

Carnivorous lizard, up to 90 cm (2 ft 11 in) in length, that has an erectile collar with cartilaginous spines, native to southern New Guinea and northern and western Australia.

Definition of frilled-necked lizard in Spanish

Lagarto carnívoro de hasta 90 cm (2 ft 11 in) de longitud, con una membrana en forma collar eréctil que se abre por medio de espinas cartilaginosas, natural del sur de Nueva Guinea y norte y oeste de Australia.

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n. basilisk

Translation: basilisco

Definition of basilisk in English

Omnivorous lizard of small size that has green scales and two to four dorsal ridges, with the ability to run on water, endemic to Central and South America.

Definition of basilisk in Spanish

Lagarto omnívoro de pequeño tamaño, escamas de color verde y entre dos y cuatro crestas, con la capacidad de correr sobre el agua, natural de América.

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n. iguana

Translation: iguana

Definition of iguana in English

Arboreal lizard that has a chin flap, a parietal eye, and a spiny dorsal crest, herbivorous and native to Central and South America.

Definition of iguana in Spanish

Lagarto arbóreo herbívoro con papada, tercer ojo en la parte superior cabeza y cresta espinosa a lo largo del lomo, nativo de América del Sur y Central.

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n. chameleon

Translation: camaleón

Definition of chameleon in English

Insectivorous lizard of small size that is known for its ability to change color, with a prehensile tail and eyes that move independently.

Definition of chameleon in Spanish

Lagarto insectívoro de pequeño tamaño conocido por su capacidad de cambiar de color, de cola prensil y ojos con movimiento independiente cubiertos casi totalmente por sendos párpados.

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n. snake

Translation: serpiente

Definition of snake in English

Legless, carnivorous reptile that has an elongated body, a forked tongue, and typically lives in warm climates.

Definition of snake in Spanish

Reptil carnívoro sin extremidades, de cuerpo alargado y lengua bífida, que habita generalmente en zonas de clima cálido.