The Spencer’s monitor is a ground-dwelling species that likes to take shelter in burrows and large soil cracks. The species can grow to approximately 1.2m and is sandy and brown in colouration.
The eastern blue tongue lizard is one of the most familiar reptiles in Australia. Large specimens may reach 60cm in total length. The legs are small and can often be overlooked, a situation which sometimes means the harmless bluetongue is mistaken for a snake.
The Australian Reptile Park is excited to announce their newest encounter, an up close and personal experience with an endangered species – Goodfellow's tree kangaroos, Kimbe and Banjo.