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The Bungle Bungle in the Wet - Vertebrate Beasties

frog frog frog
frog frog frog frog

froggies - top ones may be Rockhole frogs, bottom one???

Tent frog Tent frog

on Big Aggie.... was hiding under a dry bag...

Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor

Water Monitor

hum - who's that? leg it! slide in and away

a more timid Water Monitor

Water Monitor Water Monitor Water Monitor Monitor
Water Monitor Water Monitor Water Monitor Water Monitor

Many Monitors

Monitor ennui Monitor thinking about it... Monitor splashdown Monitor swimming Monitor swimming

Water Monitor Splashdown

drop bear

the highly dangerous... gulp.... drop bear

dragon dragon lizard

dragons, a skink on the right? - good camo anyway

Black and Red Cockies Black and Red Cockies Black and Red Cockies Black and Red Cocky Black and Red Cocky

Black and Red Cockies

Bower bird nest

Bower bird nest

Swim up cascades fish

These fish have a strong, backwards facing, ventral fin (the white fin underneath) which allows them to anchor to the rocks as they make their way upstream on swiftly flowing cascades. Quite remarkable, they hang on a rock with water shallower they they are high racing by them.... getting their breaths back for the next big push.

current overall picture count 42

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