• Blue-tongued skinks are the genus Tiliqua, which contains some of the largest members of the skink family (Scincidae). They are commonly called blue-tongued lizards in Australia, where true lizards (Lacertidae) do not naturally occur. This photo was taken in the wild.


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Blue-tongued 'lizard' (tiliqua rugosa rugosa), near Narembeen, Western Australia.
Wild? He was livid.

Robert_Mendyk, darling.clandestine, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Sally_R [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

    Your Photo Wins a Heart
    From Heart Awards Group .

  2. law_keven 89 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is awesome, I thought it was a snake with legs at first..lol..:O)

    People's Choice

  3. HGHjim 88 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Herpetology / Everything REPTILE & AMPHIBIAN, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.


  4. NYCArthur 88 months ago | reply

    spectacular image

  5. Vizko Lizard 88 months ago | reply

    Amazing lizard.

    Beautiful shot

  6. olga_rashida 88 months ago | reply

    I saw this in the 10+ Faves group and Faved it.

    Fantasy flower

  7. Linda DV 88 months ago | reply

    I saw this in the 10+ Faves group and Faved it.

    Passiflora incarnata

  8. `Olivier Jules` 88 months ago | reply

    Your excellent photo deserves a Tornado Award.

  9. RyanHarvey1993 [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

    wow that shingleback has amazing colour, thats a brilliant photo

  10. Austin T. 80 months ago | reply

    Great shot! We would love for you to join! (invite 1, comment 1)

  11. LANECAT; 71 months ago | reply

    i have a blue tongue skink! :D his name is tegan.

  12. Wesapiens/natura 40 months ago | reply

    Extra -ordinary !!!

  13. castacant 10 months ago | reply

    Holy smokes! Awesone! He looks unhappy.

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