|Three-eyed Lizard Chalaradon madagascariensis
(aka Three-eyed Malagasy Iguana)
The Three-eyed Lizard is endemic to Madagascar where it is found in the south of the island in spiny forest and dry forest. It gets its English name from the dark spot on the top of its head which actually contains photoreceptors.
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