In a striking display of defiance, the frilled lizard opens its mouth, causing its frill, which usually lies flat against its neck, to flare out menacingly.
Frilled Necked Lizard's are common throughout most of Northern Australia.
Source: Australia's Wilderness Heritage - Flora & Fauna, 1988.
The Frilled Necked Lizard is featured on the following Australian coins:
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