baby blue-tongue

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baby blue

On a walk around Narrabeen Lagoon on the northern beaches of Sydney my daughter and I were heartened to see baby blue-tongue lizards like this one hiding inside logs or sunning themselves on piles of leaves. This is great because in the surrounding suburbs the babies … and adults for that matter.. usually fall victim to cats, dogs and destruction of habitat so Jamieson Park provides a nice tract of natural bushland for them to retreat to.

If your interested in lizards here are a few earlier posts.

an adult pregnant blue-tongue

resident lizard

baby monitor


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