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    Animal Fact of the Day: The Frilled Neck Lizard was pictured on Australia's two cent coin. The two cent coins are no longer in circulation.

    This Australian frilled lizard has displayed its threatening posture...these lizards are unbelievable to watch in action!

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    Australian black swan

    Photograph by Anders Zimny, My Shot A frilled lizard in its defense posture during a 2010 field trip to Cape York, Australia

    "Iguana is a genus of herbivorous lizards native to tropical areas of Mexico, Central America, several islands in Polynesia such as Fiji and Tonga, and the Caribbean."

    Lizards and More Lizards: Photo of Red Bearded Dragon

    25 of the most amazing (and colorful) animal eyes i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

    unusual australian wildlife pics | Six Unique Animals of Australia | destination go

    Caiman Lizard from Brazil, Photo by illmatar

    #basilisk #lizard #reptile

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    Iguanas have excellent vision and are able to see shapes, shadows, colors and movement at long distances. Iguanas use their eyes to navigate through crowded forests, as well as for finding food. They use visual signals to communicate with other members of the same species. They respond to visual stimulus of colors such as orange, yellow, pink, and in rare cases blue as food substances.

    Baby dingo - Australia - Just too cute... S

    A platypus from Healesville Sanctuary. No it is not a made up animal or a Photoshopped animal. See a platypus at Healesville Sanctuary. Brought to you by Femme Classic Art www.femme-classic... Tags: #win #trip #to #Australia #pin #win #it! #Contest #competition #platypus

    Amazing Shot...! | See More Pictures

    This is me trying to frighten you :)

    Eastern Water Dragon - Australia

    Marine Iguana & Lava lizard. Galapagos Islands.

    The Blue Anole (Anolis gorgonae), the world's only pure blue lizard. Habitat: found only on the island of Gorgona, in Colombia. Status: Critically Endangered