Scientists Stumped by Elusive Lizard's Prodigious Proboscis - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Scientifically, it's known as Anolis proboscis, but Ecuador's most elusive reptile is better known as the Pinocchio Lizard. For more than fifty years, it was believed to be extinct but then, in 2005, it was rediscovered and since then, visitors have come from around the world to study the curious, long nosed lizard. Visitors like photographer James Christensen. "I would have to say the so called Pinocchio lizard, the Anolis proboscis, is the most extraordinary thing that I have encountered."



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