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Hello Everyone!!! This morning when i went out side to water my veggie garden i nearly stood on this Bearded Dragon eating a Grasshopper i dashed inside to get my camera and got some photo's to share with you all. Also when mum came out side to see the dragon she also found a legless lizard so i caught some photo's of it to.I don't know why they call it the legless lizard but they do have little legs they are not snakes... Oh by the way they don't bite. Hope you all enjoy. These were in our backyard...

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I love those pics Lyn ! Wow the legless lizard's legs are so tiny, he is practically 'legless' . The dragon is really pretty too. Amazing to see that in your own backyard. We have to open a book or look on the internet to see exotic things where I live!
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I love those pics Lyn ! Wow the legless lizard's legs are so tiny, he is practically 'legless' . The dragon is really pretty too. Amazing to see that in your own backyard. We have to open a book or look on the internet to see exotic things where I live!
Thanks Julie... I guess it would be the same for me I have to see things like animals from overseas in books to as we don't have some of your animals over here only in the zoo....
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Lyn, I love those photos!

I love the legless lizard--how unique! He's cute

I also think the bearded dragon shots are amazing--my favourites are the last two

Thanks for sharing, I always love your pictures
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Oh wow, Lyn, these are AMAZING images! I'm blown away -- like, who has that happen everyday in their backyard? Um, not me...livin' the Aussie life. That also doesn't look like a grasshopper and more like a giant Locust! Dinner is served ... just keep Indi indoors, um, k?

Thanks for those fantastic images. What a treat
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Thanks Julie... I guess it would be the same for me I have to see things like animals from overseas in books to as we don't have some of your animals over here only in the zoo....
You're right... haha when I originally said that, it made sense, now looking back I'm a bit embarrassed . Of course, what's exotic to someone might not be somewhere else . Oh gosh my brain hasn't exactly been working it's best lately and here's proof lol.
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You're right... haha when I originally said that, it made sense, now looking back I'm a bit embarrassed . Of course, what's exotic to someone might not be somewhere else . Oh gosh my brain hasn't exactly been working it's best lately and here's proof lol.
Julie no need to feel embarrassed... I only get to see animals from all over the world in a book or maybe in a zoo. I'm glad you liked the photos Julie.... You made me laugh...

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Oh wow, Lyn, these are AMAZING images! I'm blown away -- like, who has that happen everyday in their backyard? Um, not me...livin' the Aussie life. That also doesn't look like a grasshopper and more like a giant Locust! Dinner is served ... just keep Indi indoors, um, k?

Thanks for those fantastic images. What a treat
Thank you. It is sure amazing first time ever I caught the dragon eating like that... Ummmm Indi is always in doors safe with me.. Oh well I thought the grasshopper was the same as a Locust. I may be wrong though...



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Lyn, I love those photos!

I love the legless lizard--how unique! He's cute

I also think the bearded dragon shots are amazing--my favourites are the last two

Thanks for sharing, I always love your pictures
Thank you Gi Gi. The leg less lizard is cite isn't he. I was so lucky to catch the dragon eating his lunch.. Glad you liked them...
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Yeah, I know Indigo is indoors with you and thank goodness for that! That lizard freaks me out hahhaaaa.
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I know I jumped 10 feet in the air when the dragon nearly run up my leg gave me a Hugh scare. Mum was wanting to know what got me she thought the snake was back,,,, you just have to be careful when walking in our backyard... Yes Indi is safe and sound inside he is not happy as he is Molting...
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Great pictures Lyn. The only time I have seen water dragons feeding is when I had one here that had been injured and he was rehabilitating with me. Love the legless lizard. Looks like a giant earthworm with tiny legs.
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