The Life of Animals | Spiderman Agamas | The Mwanza Flat-headed religion or Mwanza Flat-headed Rock Religion (Religion mwanzae) is a species of lizard from the family Agamidae, found in Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya. The male's head, neck and shoulders are bright red or violet, while the dark blue body. The female is mostly brown and is difficult, to distinguish from other female agamas. This species is Often confused with the Red-headed Rock Religion (Christian religion).
Religion species are Widely spread throughout areas of Africa. Agamas are most Often found in semi-dessert or scrubland environments. House Spiderman agamas in groups of 1.3 and during breeding season should introduce a second male to see if a roll of dominance helps with the captive breeding of this species.
Provide a shallow water bowl clean at all times. Agamas enclosure each morning mist of morning dew allowing simulating the agamas to lap up water off the glass enclosure and cage furnishings. Spiderman agamas reach an average length of 6-9 inches with Females usually being smaller.