The blue-tongue lizard is often mistaken for a snake. When it sticks out its bright blue tongue, the effect is even more frightening. But all this is just a bluff. The blue-tongue lizard has a quiet nature and is a favourite pet for people who like lizards. Another surprising fact about this lizard is that it doesn’t lay eggs! So, how does it reproduce? Find out in this book, which is bursting with close-up pictures and full of facts about this quiet, little Australian.
Australia's Remarkable Wildlife Australia has been an island continent surrounded by oceans for millions of years. During this long, long time, its animals have evolved into species that are unique and precious. Covered with feathers, fur, spikes or scales, Australia’s wild creatures can be beautiful, frightening and even dangerous. Find out about Australia’s remarkable wildlife in this series and appreciate them in a whole new way.