The New Ngong Agama

 

Agamas are relatively large, big-headed lizards which are often fairly easy to see in Kenya as they are both active by day and not shy. They are fast movers, running swiftly on their long legs, the rock-dwelling species move across sheet rock like a stone across ice, and think nothing of jumping a half a metre or more. Visitors to the game lodges in Tsavo and the Mara cannot fail to see a few.

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John Nyaga
John Nyaga is the editor of Swara magazine, a publication of the East African Wild Life Society.

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