Serrated Casque-headed Iguana Laemanctus serratus

Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Cone-headed Lizard
There are several "casque-headed iguanas", also called "cone-headed lizards" in two genera, all from Central America. Shown is the Serrated Casque-headed Iguana, also called Cone-headed Lizard, from tropical forests of Mexico, mainly in the Yucatan.
Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Cone-headed Lizard
With long fingers like ET and an extremely long, thin tail in addition to the pretty frilled head adornment. Both male and female have head casques.
Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Casque-headed Iguana
Serrated Cone-headed Lizard
Their tails do not break off like other lizards, but they can change colour from green to brown to camouflage themselves from predators.