Australian Desert Lizard Thorny Devils

You must know about this lizard, This is Australian lizard and its name is Thorny Devil, I don’t know why its name is Thorny Devil I think its face look like devil therefore its name thorny devil, Its also known as Thorny Dragon, or mountain devil, Lizards are one of the creepiest crawlers around. The instant you see one on your partition or in your backyard, you tremble with revulsion. There are different kinds of lizards that live in dissimilar parts of the world. These lizards are also establishing in dirty deserts and live on ants.. It grow up to 20 cm (8 in) in length and can exist up to 20 years, colored in mask shades of desert browns and tans; these change from pale colors when warm to darker colors when cold. Its hard to9 catch in hand but some peoples catch this lizard for a photo,

Thorny Devils Photos (1) The species is entirely covered with conical spines that are mostly unclassified. It also features a spiny “false-head” on the back of the neck, the animal presents this to a potential predator by dipping its real head. Females are larger than males. The Thorny Devil’s body is ridged in structure, and enables the animal to collect water from any part of its body, which is then channeled to the mouth.

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