Author '_sylv1_' : Lacertides family of reptiles long dinosaur 12 to 75 cm, thin body covered with small scales hawksbill having often of bright colours, legs well developed, pentadactyles and equipped with claws, a long and pointed tail. The Lacertides group called reptiles commonly lezards. Lezard of the walls (Podarcis muralis) grey Lezard small lezard thin and flattened 12 to 17 cm, grey body brunatre, often stain Brown especially in the male. In the Sun on rock support. Eat small invertebrate. Very common. Present in almost all environments, up to more than 2500 Mr. Protege on the France.