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The first stamp on the left shows the Geometric Tortoise . It belongs to the subordination of the Halsberger tortoise and to the genus of the South African tortoise.
The stamp on the right shows a Komodovaran . Its distribution area is on some of the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia. Its prey spectrum ranges from small insects to mammals such as wild boars.
The Siamese crocodile is shown under the geometric tortoise-shell. The Siamese crocodile reaches a length of less than 4 meters, and at first glance resembles the estuarine crocodile.
A Callagur turtle is also shown, you can recognize it by the red spot on its head. This red spot forms in the male turtles during the mating season. The Callagur turtle is a freshwater turtle and is found in the waters of Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra.
The barbed-nosed agame is the penultimate animal on the stamp pad. They have very well defined eyes and have broken hearing as well. They feed mainly on animal food and less on plants.
The Anegadaleguan is depicted on the last stamp of the block. These iguanas live in colonies but retire for the mating ritual. Especially at this time there can be bitter territorial fights between the males.