Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Walking On Water in Costa Rica

Seen in ‪#‎CostaRica‬, “This lizard (Jesus or basilisk) can run on water by using its toes. As they rapidly churn their legs, they slap their feet onto the water. They can move along like this for 15 feet (4.5 metres) or more.”

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/// Vistos en CostaRica: Lagartija (basilisco) Jesús Cristo puede correr sobre el agua mediante el uso de sus dedos de los pies. A medida que agitan rápidamente sus piernas, golpean sus pies en el agua. Pueden moverse de esta manera por 4.5 metros o más.

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