Blue Tongue Lizard

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    Letsgokate Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Had a little visitor to our back patio on Friday. Nice to see and the first one we have seen in the 4 years we have been here. Also saw 2 different type of frogs last night. Must be doing something right :) I know getting rid of the snakes :)

     
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    At my mother's old house in Maleny there were 3 blue tongues.
    One was an albino about the size of the one in this video.
    They were all different sizes and I think maybe 2 different types.
    Yet often we saw at least 2 of them sunning themselves together.
    One had a far more stumpy tail.
     
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    The Albino one would have been very interesting to see. You don't seem to see blue tongues around like we used to as kids. So it was nice to see one, hopefully there are more around. :)
     
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    One of the reasons bluies are not about so much nowadays is snail bait.
    They get poisoned too when they eat the snails that have eaten bait.
     
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