Scientific Name: Physignathus cocincinus

Found In: China and southeast Asia/Tropical rainforest hills near water sources

Size: Adults reach up to 3 feet in length

Diet: Omnivore. Diet consists of fish, small mammals, other reptiles, insects, and some vegetation

Threat Level: Not Evaluated

Facts: This species has a pineal “eye,” which is a photosensitive area between its eyes that helps in regulating its body temperature by detecting differences in light