Click on a picture to enlarge it

Herps in James Bond Movies

This is an alphabetical list of James Bond Movies with reptiles and amphibians in them, taken from the various lists of Herps in Movies.

You can see more pictures and read a description of the herp scenes by following the movie title link.

Spoiler Alert !

Some of these pictures and descriptions may give away plot details that you might not want to know before watching a film.

Casino Royale (2006)  

A cobra fights a mongoose for a crowd of gamblers.
Casino Royale
For Your Eyes Only (1981)

James Bond finds a sea turtle underwater in the ruins of an ancient Greek temple.
For Your Eyes Only Seaturtle
Licence to Kill (1989)

An evil drug lord carries around an iguana that wears a diamond studded collar.
Licence to Kill
Live and Let Die (1973)  

A criminal gang uses Voodoo cult assassins to kill people with snakes.
Bond finds a snake in his bathroom and burns it to death with a makeshift flame thrower.
Live and Let Die
Live and Let Die (1973) 

Stranded on a small island where he is threatened by man-eating crocodiles, James Bond runs across their backs to escape.
Live and Let Die
Moonraker (1979)  

James Bond is thrown into a pool to fight off a giant python while beautiful women stand around watching.
Never Say Never Again (1983) 

A female spy throws her pet Boa Constrictor into a man's car causing him to lose control and crash into a wall.

Never Say Never Again
Octopussy (1983)  

James Bond's contact man in India is a snake charmer with a cobra in a basket.
Bond also lies down to hide from some hunters in the jungle when a snake crawls over him.
Octopussy (1983) 

James Bond hides himself in a fake crocodile to sneak across a lake full of real crocs to get to an island.
Quantum of Solace (2008)

A big lizard makes a brief appearance in the Bolivian desert.
Lizards in Movies
Skyfall (2012) 

A casino in Macao has a pit below the gambling floor full of hungry Komodo Dragons.
Skyfall Screenshot
Spectre (2015)

Bond wakes up strapped to a torture chair and sees a gecko on a wall.

Screen Shot
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

A sea turtle with a large remora attached to it is used as an example of ugliness.
The Spy Who Loved Me Screen Shot
Thunderball (1965)

The first time James Bond sees a woman he is searching for in the Bahamas, she is underwater holding on to a sea turtle.
Thunderball Screen Shot

Go Back to the Top