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Mountain Dragon, Tasmania

Mountain Dragon, Tasmania

Location: Cape Raoul, Tasmania.

The Mountain Dragon (Rankinia diemensis) is a relative of Frill-necked Lizards and the Thorny Devil. I noticed this specimen among the rocks under my feet. It camouflaged well with the pale rocks near the beautiful dolerite cliffs.

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