A Boyd’s Forest Dragon (Hypsilurus boydii) from northeastern Queensland, Australia. These lizards inhabit tropical rain-forests, spending a majority of their time perched vertically on tree trunks. Their excellent camouflage helps them avoid potential predators.

A Boyd's Forest Dragon (Hypsilurus boydii) from northeastern  Queensland, Australia. These lizards inhabit tropical rainforests,  spending a majority of their time perched vertically on tree trunks.  Their excellent camouflage helps them avoid potential predators.
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