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He's adorable! I love all the reptiles & amphibians that hang out in the garden.
 
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It's a moloch!

When I was kid I used to have a great big book full of photos of animals from all over the world, and *that* is the one I decided I simply must have. Never did get one, but we have geckos and all kinds of wild lizards around the place. I still smile when I see a photo of one though...
 
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The Thorny Devil is well camoflaged in its natural environment (although he looks like he doesn't need it).



 
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