Just a few inches long, two Indian Star Tortoises hatched at the Taronga Zoo in late October are already living life in the fast lane. These normally slow-moving babies can really hoof it when lunch is delivered at the zoo.
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Spiny Softshell Turtle - Apalone spinifera Spiny Softshell Turtles live in the mud at the bottom of waterways and they lift their head up to find prey and yummy food!
Literally called a "spiny turtle". The babies have sharper spikes on their shells to deter predators and help with camouflage. The spikes dull and get more round as the turtles age.
Green Thornytail Iguana (Uracentron azureum) so beautiful!
audiogeography: “ Pastel Enchi Clown Ball python from Casey Lazik.
Frill-necked lizard, (Chlamydosaurus kingii), is a tree dwelling lizard found in northern Australia. It feeds on insects and small vertebrates.
double crested basilisk lizard runs across the water