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Reptiles

Lizards
Eastern Water Dragon
Blue-Tongue

Snakes
Alpine Copperhead
Common Copperhead
Tiger Snake


Amphibians

Frogs
Green and Golden Bell Frog
 
Australia, with its generally warm climate, is home to many lizards and snakes.

I have seen many lizards in my life, most commonly are the little skinks that scurry away in the leaf little as I wander through a forest. I rarely encounter snakes in the wild. I've only seen them about a dozen times in my life. Since most of the time they notice me first and flee, I count myself lucky to have photographed the number I have.

External Resources:

frogs.org.au A great community powered site for everything to do with frogs in Australia, from caring for them as pets to identification services. Also has notices about frog surveys and other related field activities.

Page Updated: 8-May-2010
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