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Shark Bay Shingleback

Tiliqua rugosa palarra

Description:

A subspecies of the Western Shingleback, they look quite similar, but the Shark Bay subspecies is smaller and generally darker in colour.

Habitat:

Semi arid coastal region of Shark Bay in Western Australia. I found this guy among the red sand dunes at Monkey Mia.

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4 Comments

Felix Fleck
Felix Fleck 4 years ago

Thanks, Jason.

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 4 years ago

Wow! Amazing!

Felix Fleck
Felix Fleck 4 years ago

Yeah, certainly one of my favourites.

AshleyT
AshleyT 4 years ago

Such a cool animal!

Felix Fleck
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Felix Fleck

Western Australia, Australia

Spotted on Oct 17, 2011
Submitted on Aug 2, 2016

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