The Australian water dragon is an agamid lizard native to Australia.
To continue with more festive dishes, here is a a picture of a piece of smoked ham that has been boiled prior to consumption.
Cabbage rolls, often stuffed with meat and other ingredients are probably among the most common food items in the world.
The Brazilian salmon pink bird-eating tarantula is one of the largest spiders in the world.
Some time ago I wrote about the first bubble-tip anemone that I have ever owned.
Ricordea corallimorphs are the most colorful, and quite possibly some of the most beautiful mushroom anemones.
The Savannah cat is a hybrid between the domestic cat and the wild African serval.
For some reason the coral Tubastraea micrantha is referred to in English as the black sun coral even though it is obviously green in color.
The Tokay gecko is a large gecko from South-East Asia.
The Honduran curlyhair tarantula is a rather large spider.
The American green tree frog is a species of tree frog native to the South-eastern United States.
The patas moneky, also known as the hussar monkey because of its mustache, is an old world monkey from Africa.
The red ruffed lemur is one of the two species of ruffed lemurs the other one being the black-and-white ruffled lemur.
The shaggy ink cap mushroom is an edible mushroom common in most of Europe and also in North America.
The nutria or coypu is a large ratlike semi-aquatic rodent from South America.
Jungle carpet pythons are beautiful semi-arboreal snakes from the rain forests of northwestern Australia.
The kea is a highly intelligent species of parrot endemic to the South Island of New Zealand.
Rhinoceros iguanas are large herbivorous lizards from the island of Hispaniola.
As I said before distributing pictures of domestic cats appears to be one of the main reasons for the existence of the Internet.
The European green toad is an ubiquitous toad species found in most of Europe and the surrounding areas.