Libyan Reptile

Joan Agie
Jan 24, 2024 By Joan Agie
Originally Published on Mar 06, 2021
Age 3 - 18
Read time: 0.9 Min

We don't normally use the terms' friendly' or 'adorable', when we describe a reptile. However, we can use the word 'fascinating' to address them. Here, we introduce you to one such reptile which is only found in Libya. Color him in order to know more about him. The spotted fringe-fingered lizard is amongst one of the many lizard reptile species. They are predominantly found in the North-western region of the African continent. They belong to the Lacertidae family and Squamata order. Some other common reptiles found in Libya include Tassilian Agama, Desert Agama, Leopard Fringe-fingered Lizard, Snake-eyed lizard, Bosc's Fringe-toed Lizard and Western Snake-eyed lizard. The following is a Libyan reptile coloring pages resource, which the kids would love to check out. In the free printable picture, we see a Libyan reptile who appears to be the spotted fringe-fingered lizard, is on the search for some food. The picture would be a great introduction for kids to learn about the various reptiles that are present in Libya. This would also make them read about creatures that are exclusive to a particular place, which would expand their overall knowledge.

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