AUSTRALIA: Two-headed bobtail lizard found

The two-headed bobtail (a type of skink native to Australia, also known as the Shingleback) was rescued in Coogee, New South Wales, by workers from a reptile park.

Now housed at the reptile park in Henley Brook, Perth, it’s doing well – despite the fact that two-headed lizards tend to not have very long life expectancies.

Read full story HERE.

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About Candace M Hansen

Wildlife advocate, conservationist and environmentalist.
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