My friendly Blue Tongue Lizard came back for a visit. To tell you the truth, I can't figure out if this one is a male or female. I know that the males have pointier 'noses', and the females have wider heads. This one's nose looks pretty pointed to me...
I do know that the males are the wanderers, and the females tend to stay put. I also have a massive Blue Tongue that likes to sun bake between my retaining wall and my front steps but she's very skittish. If I can catch her sun baking, I'll take a photo.
Out the back of my yard, lazing away in the sun and waiting for grapes.
"Grapes, I said. Not cassava melon!!"
Bluey's back leg appears to have healed nicely, and its tale has healed too, although I think it might take a loooooong time to grow back.
"Excuse me human, have you got any grapes for me today?
I certainly did. Bluey ate 8 grapes. I had to chop them up in thirds, of course.
Dear Bluey, how can you even fit that many grapes inside your body?Bluey was a very content lizard after all those grapes. He/she was so keen on grapes, it was licking my fingers before I even put the grapes down. For a lizard who was hissing at me 3 weeks ago to being this tame is a slight worry :D If it stays in our yard, no harm will come to it.
Yard that is. Not the house ;D