Search results for "Stumpy"

  • Shingleback Lizard - Tiliqua rugosa

    The bulkiest of the blue-tongues, the Shingleback Lizard are common on the plains west of the Great Dividing Range where rainfall is low and throughout the semi-arid habitats of inland Australia as well as coastal parts of Western Australia and South Australia.

  • Shingleback Tiliqua rugosa

     

  • Beach Worm

     

  • Limestone caves

    Caves form in limestone (calcium carbonate), and occasionally in dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate), when water containing dissolved carbon dioxide (carbonic acid) seeps into rock crevices and joints.