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The Australian Water Dragon (Physignathus lesueurii)
… which includes the Eastern Water Dragon (P. l. lesueurii) and the Gippsland Water Dragon (P. l. howittii) subspecies, is an arboreal agamid species native to Eastern Australia from Victoria north to Queensland, and South Australia.
Australian water dragons have long powerful limbs and claws for climbing, a long muscular laterally-compressed tail for swimming, and prominent nuchal and vertebral crests.Including their tails, which comprise about 2/3 of their total length, adult females grow to about 60 cm (2 ft) long, and adult males can grow slightly longer than 1 m (3 ft) and weigh about 1 kg. Males show bolder colouration and have larger heads than females…
(read more: Wikipedia)