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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_basilisk

The common basilisk has many natural predators - large reptiles, birds, and some mammals. To avoid predators, it can conceal itself ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumed_basilisk

The plumed basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons), also called a green basilisk, double crested ... Their predators include birds of prey, opossums and snakes.

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/g/green-basilisk-lizard

Abundant in the tropical rain forests of Central America, from southern Mexico to Panama, green basilisks spend much of their time in the trees and are never far ...

animals.mom.me/habitat-basilisk-lizard-3835.html

Whether you see them in a documentary, zoo or pet store, basilisks are always eye-catching. Known for their ability to run across the surface of the water, ...

www.reptilesmagazine.com/Lizard-Care/Basilisk-Care

Little is known about the habitat preferences of the red-headed basilisk. Temperatures in its range are between 65 and 72 degrees on the lower end and 84 to ...

animaldiversity.org/accounts/Basiliscus_basiliscus

Habitat. Common basilisks are abundant in Pacific lowland forests of Central America and are the most commonly seen large lizards in western Costa Rica.

www.anywhere.com/flora-fauna/reptile/basilisk

Habitat The Common Basilisk lives along bodies of water in a variety of forests, including lowland dry, moist, and wet forests, and premontane moist and wet ...

www.waza.org/en/zoo/pick-a-picture/basiliscus-basiliscus

that along with the Brown basilisk, (Basiliscus vittatus) it has the nickname the ... Habitat, In rainforests near rivers and streams on trees, but also on the ground.

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The common basilisk has many natural predators - large reptiles, birds, and some mammals. To avoid predators, it can conceal itself ...