|Description:The Basilisk was named for a mythological Greek part rooster, part lion, and part snake animal. It is a lizard living in Central and South America, and it can sprint on top of water. They are typically brown or olive green, and have head crests which are used for defensive displays.
|Description:Golden hamsters have relatively huge ears, tiny eyes and short tail compared to the common hamsters. Their fur is golden-brown on top which pales to gray and white down the lower area. They communicate by scent trails and show aggression through teeth chattering. They are also regarded as agricultural pests in the wild.