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The Australian Water Dragon (Physignathus leseuerii), is a cheeky and feisty lizard that is common around public parks and waterways on the eastern Australian coast. 
Mar 3, 2012 / 2 notes

The Australian Water Dragon (Physignathus leseuerii), is a cheeky and feisty lizard that is common around public parks and waterways on the eastern Australian coast. 

Common Name: Eastern Blue-tongued Lizard/ Skink Latin Name: Tiliqua scincoides scincoides Distribution: Eastern Australia IUCN Status: Not assessed (although Adelaide Pygmy Blue Tongued Skink listed as Endangered) Size: 30-60cm in length Habitat and Ecology: Large skink with bright blue tongue. Found in dry bush and suburbia they hiss loudly when disturbed or threatened. They give birth to a live litter of between 6-20 individuals. Diet: Omnivorous - feeding on (slow) inverts such as slugs, beetles and possess strong jaws for crushing snails and fruits like guava.   
Feb 14, 2012 / 1 note

Common Name: Eastern Blue-tongued Lizard/ Skink Latin Name: Tiliqua scincoides scincoides Distribution: Eastern Australia IUCN Status: Not assessed (although Adelaide Pygmy Blue Tongued Skink listed as Endangered) Size: 30-60cm in length Habitat and Ecology: Large skink with bright blue tongue. Found in dry bush and suburbia they hiss loudly when disturbed or threatened. They give birth to a live litter of between 6-20 individuals. Diet: Omnivorous - feeding on (slow) inverts such as slugs, beetles and possess strong jaws for crushing snails and fruits like guava.   

Female (from the blue smudge on its neck) Common Flying Dragon (Draco sumatranus) snapped in Sungei Buloh mangroves, Singapore.
Feb 1, 2012 / 3 notes

Female (from the blue smudge on its neck) Common Flying Dragon (Draco sumatranus) snapped in Sungei Buloh mangroves, Singapore.

Water Monitor (Varanus salvator) swims casually through the murky mangrove of Singapore.
Jan 28, 2012 / 1 note

Water Monitor (Varanus salvator) swims casually through the murky mangrove of Singapore.

A Water Monitor (Varanus salvator) tastes the air in Singapore’s wetlands.
Dec 29, 2011 / 33 notes

A Water Monitor (Varanus salvator) tastes the air in Singapore’s wetlands.

The common and invasive Changeable Lizard (Calotes versicolor), Singapore.
Dec 21, 2011 / 12 notes

The common and invasive Changeable Lizard (Calotes versicolor), Singapore.