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Located in the mountains of Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador is a tropical jungle that meets the highland clouds halfway.
Protected by mist and mystery, the cloud forest is home to many animals endemic to South America - including a group of “tiny” lizards that closely resemble the dragons that make up the world’s myths.
Woodlizards feature ornate patterns, spikes that trail down its backs, and probing eyes that seem to look back the longer you stare at it. Its scales, on the other hand, can be a striking neon green, a vivid black, or a pale brown. One thing is sure though: specs and patches are spread all over its body!
No wonder these lizards garnered the nickname Dwarf Dragons.
Perhaps the major difference between them and the dragons we read about is that wood lizards only grow up to 6 inches long. Still, it would be an otherworldly experience to come across these tiny dragons in their natural habitat.
Wander deep enough into the cloud forests of South America and you may meet the cutest dragon stand-ins along the way.
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