The Seagull nebula, seen in this infrared mosaic from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer draws its common name from its resemblance to a gull in flight. But it depends on your point of view. When the image is rotated 180 degrees it bears a passing resemblance to a galloping lizard -- or perhaps a dragon or a dinosaur. The image spans an area about seven times as wide as the full moon, and three times as high, straddling the border between the constellations Monoceros and Canis Major. So you might say this lizard is running with the Big Dog, while the gull is flying from it.