Rattlesnake Republic: Not So Snake
Eric and Rick track a rare, poisonous Mexican Beaded Lizard.
Wildlife on One: Iguanas Lay Eggs at Birth Place
On Animal Planet's "Wildlife on One: Living Like Dinosaurs," iguanas return to their birth place to lay their eggs. But in order to get there, they must avoid getting eaten by crocodiles and cayman.
Raw Nature: Hungry, Hungry Dragons
Komodo dragons dig into a goat carcass, then turn their voracious appetite on the crew of "Raw Nature" in this video from Animal Planet.
Wildlife on One: Iguanas Mating
Male iguanas turn bright orange and climb the highest tree to attract mates. Learn more about the mating habits of iguanas on Animal Planet's "Wildlife on One."
Wildlife on One: Baby Green Iguanas Are Born
Iguana eggs are buried in the ground for protection. After hatching out of their eggs, baby green iguanas must dig their way to the surface where predators await. See them in action on Animal Planet's "Wildlife on One."
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Iguanas are good swimmers, and they use the water to escape land predators. Watch as an iguana tries to escape from a crocodile on Animal Planet's "Wildlife on One."
Corwin's Quest: Thorny Devil
On Animal Planet's "Corwin's Quest," Jeff Corwin spots a thorny devil lizard. This tiny reptile can survive the extreme desert conditions through its diet and unique way of utilizing water.
What's To Love: Devoted Komodo Dragons
On Animal Planet's "What's to Love?" the Komodo dragon can grow up to ten feet long, making them the largest lizard. Like vultures, they will eat almost everything including each other.
Caught in the Moment: Jesus Christ Lizard
On Animal Planet's "Caught in the Moment," hosts Tristan Bayer and Vanessa Garnick visit Costa Rica. They film the basilisk, also known as the Jesus Christ lizard, while it walks on water.
Natural Born Winners: Gecko
On Discovery Channel's series, "Natural Born Winners," we learn about geckos and their almost supernatural ability to walk on walls.
Geckos Multipurpose Tail
Despite the fact that geckos are renowned for their almost unnaturally abrasive feet, these little lizards also possess surprisingly useful tails. It has even been suggested that the tail is the geckos 5th appendage. See why in this video.
Weird Connections: The Sticky Gecko
This video covers Dr. Duncan Irschik's efforts to understand the mechanisms behind the gecko's ability to stick to surfaces. Learn more about Dr. Irschik's research in this clip from the Science Channel's "weird connections" series.
Killer Aliens: Nile Monitor Lizard
Introduced to southern Florida through illegal breeding and exotic pet smuggling, the Nile monitor lizard is on a rampage, devouring native wildlife and domestic pets at will.
Weird Creatures: Mole Lizard
Nick Baker is in Mexico's Baja peninsula searching for a very unusual reptile, one that fails to fit in just one category.
Chameleon Kills Grasshopper 3
Watch what happens when a grasshopper and a chameleon play a deadly game of tug-of-war in this clip from the archives of Discovery.