Bat Eared Fox
© Johann du Toit
The agama is a small, long tailed, insect eating lizard, often colourful.
This small sized chameleon reaches an average size of 11-14cm (4.5-5.5 inches) but can grow to 16cm (6.5 inch). The tail is normally as long as the body.
Crocodile are thought to be around since the time of the dinosaurs. They are solitary reptiles that live in warm quiet murky water and mainly feed on fish.
Geckos are small lizards from the Gekkonidae family. They are also the only lizard that can vocalize. They have no eye lids.
The Nile monitor is dark brown-black with pale to yellow bands and spots forming broken cross bands on the body. They have strong jaws and muscular bodies.
The African Helmeted Terrapin spends most of its time in or near water. They usually make their homes in swampy areas.
The leopard tortoise is a large species of tortoise found throughout the African savannas. It is a generally solitary animal that spends the majority of its time grazing on plants.