Scientific Name: Stellagama stellio 

Found In: Greece, Cyprus, south-eastern Europe, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and northern Egypt

Size: up to 12 inches

Diet: Omnivore. Diet consists of invertebrates, eggs, small lizards, and plant material.

Threat Level: Least Concern

Facts: The dung of the painted agama was traditionally used by the indigenous people of Europe as a cure for eye diseases and as an eye cosmetic.