Green Crested Basillisk

Green crested basilisks are found in the tropical rainforests of Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
Their diet includes insects, spiders, smaller lizards, small mammals, crawfish and snails. At the Smithsonian's National Zoo, green crested basilisks are fed insects and earthworms.

Of the four basilisk species, the green crested basilisk is the only one that is bright green. It has white, gray or light-blue markings on its body, and some populations also have black dorsal markings. The lizard's belly is a lighter green than its sides. Its tail may be unmarked or have thin black bands.