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Spiny Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 608 pictures in our Spiny collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Crevice Spiny Lizard - endemic to the Chihuahuan Featured Print

Crevice Spiny Lizard - endemic to the Chihuahuan

Crevice Spiny Lizard - endemic to the Chihuahuan Desert in the US states of Texas and New Mexico and in the Mexican states of Chihuahua and Coahuila - controlled subject (Sceloporus poinsettii) Date:

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Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii) Featured Print

Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii)

Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii) portrait of a living fossil, relic from the Jurassic that regulates its own temperature by equalling that of its surrounding vegetation. It is about 15 cm long plus a tail twice as long. Lake Eacham, Crater Lakes National Park, Queensland, Australia

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Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris) Featured Print

Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris)

Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris), lives in a large U-shaped burrow excavated in the sand. Hunts mostly at night. During the day, burrow entrances are capped with a thin sand-mucus membrane with just the eyes and antennules protruding through a small hole in the centre. They will rapidly strike prey with their dagger-like 'dactyls', impaling soft-bodied prey such as fish or prawns on the needle-sharp spines. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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