REPTILes, amphibians & more

LAURENTIDES, QC. CA Portrait of a Northern two-lined salamander basking in autumn colors. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS,QC.CA Face to face with a Common Snapping Turtle ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA A Common Snapping Turtle laying eggs ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA The Dark fishing spider (Dolomedes tenebrosus) commonly called the dock spider is the biggest spider found in the Québec province. Like in the picture the female lays her eggs in a spherical silk cocoon. She is very protective of her offspring and will carry it with her until hatching. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Argiope Aurantia ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Painted turtle desperately trying to get rid of leeches sucking on its neck ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Painted turtle catching its breath well hidden under a pad of water lily. ©André Bhérer

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GRAN PARQUE NACIONAL SIERRA MAESTRA, GRANMA, CUBA Like the other anoles the Brown Anole can change color to better hide its presence. ©André Bhérer

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ABITIBI-TÉMISACMINGUE, QC. CA Garter snake portrait. ©André Bhérer

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LAURENTIDES, QC, CA Spring Peeper ©André Bhérer

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