Knock knock who’s there?

I met this little bloke a few years back, after I kept hearing odd tapping noises on the window. I finally realised what it was – a whopping big blue tongue lizard.  These amazing creatures can live for 15-20 years, but are very vulnerable to a range of predators including cats and dogs.

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I'm an Australian writer inspired by the environment and folklore of this great southern land. Having worked for many years in the animal industry, as a veterinary nurse, stablehand and puppy school teacher, my stories also explore animal behaviour and the human-animal bond.


I have small skinks in my neck of the woods. Don’t like them. They are harmless but they scare my half to death when I’m working in the flower beds. The common one in my area are very fast. I had one get inside the house but luckily, it found another door to exit.

Great pic but I prefer to admire from a distance. YIKES!πŸ˜ƒ

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