Reptiles on Postage Stamps in Arabian Countries in Western Asia and North Africa
Sixty seven postage stamps depicting reptilian species were identified from 14 Arabian countries. Marine were the most common themes and were represented by 19 stamps issued by nine countries. Other species include agamids, lizards, snakes and chameleons.
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