Lizards

Meet Bluey – Eastern Blue tongue skink (Tiliqua scincoides scincoides)

Bluey is a very fun, cool lizard. He is from Eastern Australia. Eastern Blue Tounges open their mouth and protrude their bright blue tongue when threatened.

Norman with a Central Bearded Dragon Lizard

Meet Stitch – a Central Bearded Dragon (Pogona Vitticeps)

Stitch is a very chilled out animal. Its defensive posture when cornered consists of an open mouth and extended beard. They are found in central Australia and feed on insects, small lizards, flowers and fruits.

Shingleback Lizards enjoying a salad at N&S Wildlife Demonstrations Brisbane.

Meet Shirley & Bob – Shingleback Lizards (Tiliqua Rugosa)

Bob & Shirley are slow moving and Very relaxed animals. They are also known as sleepy lizards, two headed lizards or stump tailed lizards and feed on insects, fruit and plants.