Though the second smallest of the United States, Delaware is surprisingly home to some animals you wouldn’t normally expect to see.
Delaware’s has a moderate climate over the year, rarely with any extremes in temperature or precipitation. This middle range, along with its many parks and nature patches, give the First State an unusual mix of animals that live within its borders. While not perhaps exclusive to its area, some interesting species show up here and there. If you’re into that sort of thing, keep reading!
Unlike the others on the list which swim, fly, or chase after prey, these fellows try to stay out of the spotlight. What are they? Lizards and Skinks. Here are the three most common you’ll most likely encounter around the First State.
You can check out more about these three here