The frilled lizard is an Australian lizard living mainly on the dry woodlands and tropical parts in the northern parts of the Australian continent. They grow to a length of approximately 3 feet and have a narrow body. Bluffing to scare away their enemies, fanning their large frill around their neck which they put out and also hiss with their mouths open.
They mainly feed on insects and small vertebrates. The colour of the lizard is grey to brown or orange-brown or nearly black above. They also have black or dark brown bans across their back. The colour of the frill is yellow to black with some orange.
Scientific name: Chlamydosaurus kingii.
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