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tropicbreeze
Aug 5, 2011 7:18 AM CST
Janet, there's a lot of skinks and geckos that drop their tails which then act as a diversion for any predators. The Brown and the Red-bellied Black Snakes are quite common especially in the south. Not sure about the "sleepy lizard", unless that's the Blue-tongued Lizard.

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