Hump-nosed lizard (Lyriocephalus scutatus)
Lyriocephalus scutatus is a species of lizard within the agamid family. It is the largest agamid endemic to Sri Lanka and lives in dense wet zone forests. It is also called the Hump-nosed Lizard. Inhabited in forests with high canopy, it also enters home gardens, and is found on low trees as well as on the ground. Active at day, it ascends higher reaches of trees to sleep at night. The typical threat posture is open-mouth gape, revealing the bright red lining of the oral cavity. This species is also known to feign death when picked up. Its diet comprises essentially of earthworms and also arthropods, including termites, butterflies, and moths. It is considered as “Near threatened" by the IUCN.
This lizard looks like a plastic toy. Like, a cheap one. I feel like if I squeezed it, there would be a little white noisemaker that would go, “SQUUUAAAAAAeeeennnnnk!”