The chameleons (q.v.) have many structural peculiarities.
There are three species of crocodile, at least two chameleons (probably more when the forest is further explored), the large West African python (P. sebae) and a rare Boine snake (Calabaria).
Chameleons are common.
Long, are found on the wooded banks of the rivers; small lizards and chameleons are common, and there are several varieties of tortoise.
The Lacertilia, or lizards in the wider sense, fall easily into three natural groups: geckos (q.v.), chameleons (q.v.) and lizards.
Chameleons, lizards and iguanas abound, as do frogs and toads.
Reptiles - snakes, lizards and chameleons, crocodiles, turtles and an enormous variant of the edible Indian crab - are numerous; butterflies and insects, the latter very troublesome, have not yet been systematically collected.