Husab Sand Lizard
Lizards | Namibia
Introduction: The Husab sand lizard (Pedioplanis husabensis) is endemic to Namibia. It is a small lizard, terrestrial, preferring open areas of flat rock on exposed bedrock.
Distribution: Restricted to the rocky desert of the confluence of the ephemeral Khan and Swakop Rivers in the Husab Mountains in central Namibia.
Diet: It catches and eats small lizards.
Colouring: The back is greyish in front and reddish-brown to the rear and bears dark dots and bars.
Breeding: Hatchlings emerge in April to June.
Size: SVL 45 to 55mm. Max SVL 52mm.
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Very popular with amateur astronomers due to the areas low light pollution
A remote & rustic camp at the foot of the Khomas Hochland mountains
On the edge of the escarpment this property offers stunning views over the Namib Desert plains. Accommodation choices include private campsites, luxury villas & traditional guest farm accommodation