Small bufonid frog found in a grassland, next to Luauca river (a tributary of Cuebe river).
Possibly a female Gerrhosaurus bulsi?
Aprox. 18~20 cm SVL.
A few found in a old restaurant building.
Easily spotted basking on rocks near the Calandula falls.
They are everywhere in the area, foraging, basking, chasing each other. Very easily seen.
I'm not sure if it is Agama agama.
We found it short after being hit on the road to Saurimo.
A small colubrid snake found dead in the road verge near Saurimo
Usually found basking in trees but also foraging on the ground. Quite common in more suburban areas.
Several individuals found in small artificial pounds. Medium sized toad with aprox. 6 to 8 cm.
Produces a very loud call.
I found about 8 small fruit bats found perched, resting in a garden.
About 15 cm of body length and 25 cm of wingspan.
I found they are noisy during the night, making 'clicks' (like leafhoppers) and 'sizzles'. I'll try to record them.
In a Baobab tree. A group with about 10 indivi
Found in a rock outcrop in a forested area.
Near the previous added observation of Chondrodactylus cf turneri.
May be Chondrodactylus turneri?
Kindly identified by Dr. Anders G.J. Rhodin , Chair, IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group
Found in a small ephemeral pound in a granitic rock outcrop.
A common species found everywhere in Luanda.
Found in a second-growth miombo forest near Cuito Cuanavale, Angola. Very confident.
something close to Agama aculeata?
Found in Catumbela airport near the main facility building. Relatively large bat, with about 15 cm (Body length).
In the same area where I found the frog we suppose to be a Rough Sand Frog. (observation here http://inaturalist.org/observations/44464). A very large lizard. SVL: ~25 cm. I tried to capture but he is much faster and smarter than me.
Menongue, Cuando Cubango, Angola.
Not confident with id.
~ 6,0 cm