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Carpet Snake or Carpet Python
Summary
Carpet snakes are extremely variable in colour and pattern. Most specimens are olive green, with pale, dark-edged blotches, stripes or cross-bands. This species is widespread and found throughout northern, eastern and southern Australia.
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Green Turtle
Summary
The Green Turtle is a large turtle with a bullet-shaped head and four large scales down either side of the shell. It is found in coastal, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide.
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Hawksbill Turtle
Summary
The Hawksbill Turtle is a medium-sized turtle with a narrow head and beak-like snout. The shell has four large scales down either side which are thick and overlapping. It is found in tropical seas of northern Australia, the central Atlantic and Indo-Pacific regions.
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Loggerhead Turtle
Summary
The Loggerhead Turtle is a large turtle with a broad, triangular head and powerful crushing jaws. It is found in coastal, tropical and subtropical waters around the world.
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Eastern Brown Snake
Summary
The Eastern Brown Snake may be any shade of brown but can also be grey or black. Some individuals are banded. The belly is typically cream with pink or orange spots. It is found over most of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
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Freshwater Crocodile
Summary
The Freshwater Crocodile is a narrow-snouted species that grows to 3 metres. It occurs in far northern Australia. In Queensland, this species is usually found in western-flowing rivers that drain into the Gulf of Carpentaria.
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Saltwater Crocodile
Summary
The Saltwater or Estuarine Crocodile is a broad-snouted species that grows to a large size. It occurs in the islands of the western Pacific, India, south-east Asia, New Guinea and northern Australia. In Queensland, Saltwater Crocodiles may be encountered in the sea or any coastal waterway from Rockhampton north.
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Asian House Gecko
Summary
Originally a tree-living species, Asian House Geckos now thrive in human dwellings and on buildings, where they catch insects attracted to artificial light sources.
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Bulburin Leaf-tailed Gecko (Ringed Thin-tail Gecko)
Summary
The Bulburin Leaf-tailed Gecko (Ringed Thin-tail Gecko) is largely restricted to Bulburin State Forest, south-eastern Queensland.
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Central Queensland Leaf-tailed Gecko (Rough-throated Leaf-tailed Gecko)
Summary
The Central Queensland Leaf-tailed Gecko (Rough-throated Leaf-tailed Gecko) is mainly known from dry areas in mid-eastern and south-central Queensland.
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Border Ranges Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Border Ranges Leaf-tailed Gecko is found in the coastal ranges of south-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales.
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Granite Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Granite Leaf-tailed Gecko is found in South-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales, extending from the Warwick area south to the Mann River Nature Reserve.
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Koumala Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Koumala Leaf-tailed Gecko is known from only two localities near Koumala in mid-eastern Queensland.
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Eungella Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Eungella Leaf-tailed Gecko is confined to the Clarke Range, west of Mackay, mid-eastern Queensland.
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Mackay Coast Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Mackay Coast Leaf-tailed Gecko occurs in disjunct populations in the Proserpine/ Mackay area (Mount Ossa/Mount Charlton, Conway Range, Mount Dryander), mid-eastern Queensland.
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Cooktown Ring-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Cooktown Ring-tailed Gecko is found from Cape Melville to Mt Leswell and also on Stanley Island in the Flinders group, north-eastern Queensland. It is primarily an arthropod feeder but will also take small vertebrates (geckos and frogs).
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Gulbaru Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The Gulbaru Leaf-tailed Gecko is found on the extreme southern end of the Paluma Range, 37 km west of Townsville.
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McIlwraith Leaf-tailed Gecko
Summary
The McIlwraith Leaf-tailed Gecko is restricted to higher elevations in the McIlwraith Range, north-eastern Queensland.
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Spotted Velvet Gecko
Summary
The Spotted Velvet Gecko is uncommon in suburban Brisbane; abundant in surrounding bush-land. Coast and ranges from mid-eastern Queensland to north-eastern New South Wales.
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Robust Velvet Gecko
Summary
The Robust Velvet Gecko is common in Brisbane's outer suburbs and surrounding eucalypt woodlands. Mid-eastern Australia.
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