Gallery description : frilled lizard

Frilled Lizard (chlamydosaurus kingii) is a reptile type animal. It inhabits tropical forests and woodland. The animal weights about 0.5kg - 1kg (1.1lbs - 2.2lbs) and lives for 10 - 20 years. Snakes, owls, dingos predators are the dangerous creatures for frilled lizards. See the table below to learn more information.

Facts about frilled lizards
NameFrilled Lizard
Conservation StatusLeast concern
PredatorsSnakes, owls, dingos
ClassReptilia
ColourBlack, brown, tan, yellow
DietOmnivore
Life Span10 - 20 years
FamilyAgamidae
Skin TypeScales
Average Clutch Size12
Distinctive FeaturesLong tail and large expanding frill on neck
Scientific NameChlamydosaurus kingii
PhylumChordata
Size (L)60cm - 100cm (24in - 40in)
LifestyleSolitary
HabitatTropical forests and woodland
Weight0.5kg - 1kg (1.1lbs - 2.2lbs)
OrderSquamata
GenusChlamydosaurus
Main PreyInsects, rodents, spiders
Top Speed48km/h (30mph)
TypeReptile
KingdomAnimalia
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Description Frilled lizard. Skinboat Journal: Frilled Lizard Boat
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