Search results for "blue tongued"

  • Northern Blue-tongue Skink - Tiliqua scincoides

     

  • Common Blue-tongue Skink - Tiliqua scincoides

    Common Blue-tongue Skinks are a large-bodied lizard in the family Scincidae. Australia has several species of Blue-tongue, the Common Blue-tongue is the most commonly encountered by people and is one of the most iconic Australian reptiles. The Common Blue-tongue is a single species with two colour forms that are often referred to by different common names. The smaller lizards on the east coast are called Eastern Blue-tongue Skinks and the larger, yellower animals northern Australia are called Northern Blue-tongue Skinks.

  • Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard - Tiliqua nigrolutea

    Some individual Blotched Blue-tongue Lizards may weigh more than one kilogram.

  • 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.

  • Giant Geckos

    Recent research by herpetologists has found that the island of New Caledonia is home to a uniquely rich and diverse lizard fauna.

  • Insect pollination - Stage 1

    Have fun and learn how insects pollinate flowers in this hands-on Plant2pollinator activity for Stage 1 students.

  • Dr Glenn Shea

    Dr Glenn Shea is a Research Associate in Herpetology at the Australian Museum and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney.

  • Poolicious Chocolate Now Available

    Poolicious - a great new range of tasty chocolate - is now available at the Australian Museum.

  • Reptiles as Pets

    Thinking of getting a pet reptile?

    Here are a few things you should consider first.

  • Find a fish

    The table below lists all fish families known from Australian waters. The site contains information on 1487 species in 274 families.

  • Pollination

    Pollination is the process by which plants sexually reproduce. .