Jesus lizard walks ( well runs ) on surface tension of water to cross rivers in the wild ✳️
A young green basilisk at Northampton Reptile Centre
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A basilisk, dubbed the Jesus lizard :D
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How "Jesus Lizards" Walk on Water? The lizards range in size from less than 0.01 ounces (2 grams) upon hatching to more than 7 ounces (200 grams) as ad... - Dr. Nancy Thomas - Google+
basilisk lizards can walk on water
Plumed basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons) Basilisk lizards are a number of different lizards in the Basiliscus genus sometimes called 'Jesus lizards' for their ability to run across water to escape predators or to grab unsuspecting small prey.
The plumed basilisk, Basiliscus plumifrons, also called a green basilisk, double crested basilisk, or Jesus Christ lizard, is a species of corytophanid to Latin America.
Jesus Christ Lizard
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The common basilisk is often well known for being able to run across the surface of water. The basilisk is also known as the Jesus Lizard for this insane ability.