Monday, January 26, 2015

Flying foxes keep hanging around

Flying foxes hanging around in thousands and slowly killing their colonised trees in Ingham's Memorial Gardens. Not even last week's 170km/h westerly blasts shifted any on.

Also hanging around, three recent(-ish) reptile pictures from here and there:

Carpet python up close and set to strike (indeed, soon
gave the lens a nudge)

Saltwater croc carries bits of salvinia camouflage

Frilled lizard clings to 'safety' of dead tree  

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