Amazing nature- an update on Bluey's neighbour- BIG Bluey

in Amazing Naturelast month (edited)

So I heard the dog barking at something in the back garden today and when I went to investigate, I found BIG Bluey had come back home after a couple of weeks away.

So I picked him/her/it up, gave him a feed of fresh mince meat, bought her in to see my dad who had a little pat, took him outside and had a little cuddle myself, then put it down on the cement next to it doorway home (hole in the cement) and gave her a fresh bowl of water.

Although not that much longer than little Bluey, it was definitely Big Bluey cause he was much wider (especially after the feed) and her tongue was a lot darker- almost verging on Cornflour blue/gray, aswell as the markings on her back being very different and much browner.

Unfortunately, I've only got 2 hands, so it was too hard to hold and feed Bluey and take a photo at the same time, so you won't get to see her tongue...

So let me introduce you to BIG Bluey as she's casually and very comfortably and relaxed laying on my chest....😍

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And here's Little Bluey.

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So I hope that you enjoyed meeting 2 of my favourite Blue Tongue Lizards and I personally can't wait to see them again too.

Much cleaner than Dogs....AND far less stinky too....🤣😂😅

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What an amazing animal
One which I would prefer to admire in pictures only.
I guess I’m a tad squeamish!

Yeah and a good size too. Not a pet, just lives in our garden and has done for a few years now, but I can see why people do have them as pets. (cleaner than dogs and far less smelly...)😂

Lovely to look at but couldn’t hold it

No nice, easy, relaxed it was. only little feet so tiny claws not a problem.
Caught another one way down the backyard this morning, so bought it up, gave it a feed and put it into the garden.

Could be little Bluey again, but I don't think so cause little Bluey was so relaxed, where as you can see this guy puffing out his sides to warn us off and was a bit more squirmier than little Bluey, so leads me to think it's a distance cousin...I have to check the markings to see if they are the same or not..

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Your gorgeous dog seems interested!

wow, nice animal!

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Yes one of the 'nicer' lizards we have here- and one of the smaller species too.

There are Monitor Lizards, as well as Goanna's and you don't want to mess with either of them!

Hello @chocolatescorpi!

Interesting lizzard with blue tongue.

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