Save the Western Blue-Tongue Lizard
They're precious to our country's natural forests!
Save the Blue-Tongue Lizard! We need your help NOW!
The blue-tongue lizard itself, threatened by introduced species and humans.
What they need
They need shelter like pipes and food including carrion, snails and insects.
Southern Western Australia, where blue-tongues are found.
Where they live
They live in Australia's remote areas (e.g. southern Western Australia, southern Queensland, northern New South Wales) where there are a lot of trees.
Eastern Brown Snake
The Eastern Brown Snake, a natural predator to blue-tongues.
The kookaburra, a natural predator to blue-tongues.
The feral dog, an introduced predator that threaten blue-tongues on a massive scale of environmental chaos.
Their dangers, from natural and introduced species
Natural predators like the kookaburra eat blue-tongues which balance the food chain. Unfortunately, introduced species to Australia like the feral cat unbalance the food chain by eating blue-tongues' food source and even the blue-tongues themselves.
A lawn mower, a dangerous machine that can crush blue-tongues fast.
Their dangers, from humans
Some ways humans threaten blue-tongues include using certain inhalants or chemicals and being careless when using lawn-mowers.
Humans need to change NOW!
Ways we can protect them
Some ways of protecting blue-tongues include using lawn-mowers with care and avoiding the use of certain chemicals.