The impressive Sailfin Lizard (Hydrosaurus celebensis) is the largest agamid lizard in the world, reaching over 1 m in length. They are very agile swimmers and are seldom found far from rivers. They feed on leaves and insects. Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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- Contained in galleries
- Sulawesi & Moluccas, Reptiles