We don’t allow our animals to be transported when it’s over 35 degrees. We will be contacting members to make other arrangements this week. We apologize for any inconvenience but the welfare of our animals is always our top priority. Thank you for your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less
One for the Friday night dance floors?!!Did you know that the reason why blue tongue lizards have blue tongues is due to their love of blue Zooper Doopers!
Just kidding, researchers from Macquarie University believe it is part of a surprise tactic that is used as a last line of defence to intimidate predators. The researchers also discovered that their tongues are ultra-violet and would be visible under disco lights.
This one showing off a beautiful blue tongue was spotted in Innes National Park. Pic instagram.com/chloesharkgirlwilliams/
#NationalParksSA #FurryFriday #InnesNationalPark Macquarie University ... See MoreSee Less
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