Anchieta's agama is a small lizard with a broad head and short, rounded snout.
The Etosha agama is endemic specifically to Etosha National Park.
The Ground agama is a medium-sized lizard which has a triangular head.
Namibian rock agamas live in small groups of around 10.
Southern rock and Knobel's agama is a large agama.
The Southern spiny agama is a medium-sized agama with rounded snout.
Southern tree agama has a broad head, which they frequently nod.
Little is known of Campbell's girdled lizard even though it is endemic to Namibia.
This rare species lives in rock crevices and cracks in mountains.
The Karoo girdled lizard lives on lower mountain slopes.
Jordan's Girdled lizard prefers lower mountain slopes and rock formations.
The Herero girdled lizard is a small, finely scaled lizard.
Machodoe's girdled lizard has an elongated first row of dorsals.
The Rock or White Throated monitor has sharp claws and stocky, strong limbs.
The Nile or water monitor is an excellent swimmer.
The Desert Plated lizard can be found in small colonies.
The Dwarf Plated lizard prefer areas of succulent vegetation.
The Black-Lined plated lizard has a large, sturdy head and strong body.
The Giant Plated lizard is large and lives in rocks.
The Kalahari Plated lizard live in holes burrowed amongst roots of shrubs.
The Yellow-Throated Plated lizard is a medium-sized lizard.
The Cape Rough-Scaled lizard is a medium-sized lizard with a narrow head.
The Caprivi Rough-Scaled lizard can be found with other rough-scaled lizards.
The Common Rough-Scaled lizard has a small head and small body scales.
The Angolan sand lizard forages on the ground around small bushes.
The Husab sand lizard prefers open areas of flat rock on exposed bedrock.
The Kaokoland sand lizard has a tail 3 times the size of the head and body length.
The Plain Sand lizard is a small species endemic to Namibia.
The Namaqua sand lizard is a small, slender creature with a long tail.
The Short-Headed Sand lizard forages on open, sandy plains.
The Spotted Sand lizard has a slightly flattened head and body.
They shelter in a small tunnel burrowed in soil under a rock slab.
The Western Sand lizard is a small, slender species.
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