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Shingleback Lizard

Tiliqua rugosa

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salamander425 8 years ago


ausatravel 8 years ago

They are very slow moving unlike other lizards so use this as a defensive behavior. When they realize there is no threat they settle down quite quickly

DonnaBollenbach 8 years ago

Great series! What prompted the behavior? Feeding? Cooling off? Threatening?

Carol Snow Milne 2
Carol Snow Milne 2 8 years ago

Open wide! WOW! Just love the series. Great job! Gave me a little chuckle.

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New South Wales, Australia

Spotted on Nov 27, 2012
Submitted on Feb 27, 2013

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