6 Lizard Clipart
Today we have a fascinating collection of Lizard Clipart! These reptiles are so interesting. They haven’t really changed much from their distant ancestors. They cannot regulate their body temperatures because they are cold-blooded, hence they generally live in warmer environments.
The four Vintage Engravings below come from a fabulous early Natural History Book about Amphibians, Circa 1838, from Germany! Make sure you zoom in on all the images in this set to see the intricate details of the drawings. All are nice pictures to use in your craft or DIY Projects. They would all be fun to use as a Birthday Party theme for a young child who loves these little critters! The kids could use the black and white illustrations as coloring sheets as well.
Full Color Lizard Pictures
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Here we see our fine fellow, or female, lounging on a branch. He looks like he’s keeping an eye on something, perhaps it’s lunch time!
Displayed here is a wonderful green Lizard climbing on a Tree branch! He doesn’t exactly look like the friendly sort to me. And those claws seem to be quite sharp. Perhaps he just looks mean, however. In fact, most of these guys are non-venomous and are harmless to humans. The dual-colored bands on his tail make for a snake-like appearance. The scales along his back are interesting.
Vintage Lizard Clipart
Pictured above is a fabulous Vintage Lizard Image! Shown is a marvelous black and white drawing of an unusual looking creature on a branch, with his tail curled around! This guy is known as a Chameleon. This means that they can change colors. Unlike other animals, they don’t do this for protective camouflage. They use it to communicate with their mates. Since they are cold-blooded and not able to control their body temperature internally, they also change to a lighter color to minimize heat retention of a darker color on extremely hot days.
Here we have another wonderful Vintage Lizard Clip Art Image! Shown above is a splendid black and white drawing of a lovely reptile with a Curly Tail! The tail has pronounced scales all the way to the tip. His tongue is sticking out, which likely means he is ready to strike an insect or other prey.
Featured above is a cute Vintage Striped Lizard Clipart Picture! This is a fine black and white drawing of a lovely reptile with stripes on his body! The most common of striped ones in North America are the Five-Lined Skinks, which is the one seen here. The fifth line is hidden on the far side of the drawing. There are two very similar species that have slightly different scales. Skinks most commonly have white or yellow stripes and a dark blue tail. They are wider and a few inches longer (up to 8.5 inches) than most Lizards, and have short legs.
This is a Free Iguana Clip Art Image! This one was scanned from an Antique Natural History book. It’s a very old Engraving and has incredible detail. According to the book, this is a Common Iguana. This guy has lots of scales, a long curly tail and a big smile on his face! I think he would be fun to color in.