Hemidactylus garnotii — Indo-Pacific House Gecko
This poor lizard was hiding from the elements under a log on a windy and drizzly cold day. If she were a warm and happy gecko, she would probably be much lighter in color. And I can say "she" with confidence, because Indopacific geckos are parthenogenetic -- they're all females, with virgin births galore.
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