Sunday, January 4, 2009

Rude Lizards

Caught in the act! Lookit these two. Mum and Dad busted them having a fight while they were in Kuranda.

These two were so rude that they even interupted their disagreement so that one of them could poke their tongue out at mum!

The Frilled Neck Lizard got so worked up he puffed up his frill! It does look very effective. Rude lizard #2 turned and ran away.

This is what the lizard's pattern looks like. It is quite pretty, really.
This is a koala. Mum loves koalas. When she was little, she had a toy koala that she would take to school with her.

They are very cute!

Have a happy week!:)


Lux said...

Cool pictures! Koalas are very cute, and they do look like stuffed animals!

Thanks for the b/day wishes! :)

Gandalf and Grayson said...

The Koalas are very adorable! We were shocked to see that your Rude Lizards look SO much ruder than ours! Yikes!

Mickey,Georgia , Tillie said...

What a cheeky lizard to stick out it's tongue at your Mom :o
They do have nice markings though ;)
The Koalas are too cute. They have some serious claws though!!
Purrs Mickey
PeeEss: Mom says thanks for the birthday wishes :)

The Island Cats said...

We think we'd like to play with that koala! He's furry cute! Not so much with those lizards though!

Cory said...

We've heard that lizards are tasty...but those look kind of scary! We'd love to cuddle with that Koala bear...or your Koala bear toy.

Grrreta said...

The lizard's pattern is very pretty and the koalas are absolutely adorable. I do think the lizard owes your mum an apology for sticking its tongue out at her.

Daisy said...

Yep. Lizards. They are rude.

Cat with a garden said...

I've never seen a lizard here, nor has Siena, and judging by these pictures we sure hope we'll never come across one! The Koala looks super soft!

Margaret Cloud said...

My granddaughter use to collect koalas, she still has her favorite one. That lizard does have a cute pattern. Is he a green color.

michico*Adan said...

These are very very outstanding photos!

VampyVictor said...

hheheh The rude leezard was tasting your Momma to see if she was "what's for dinner", lucky your Momma must have tasted bad heheh

We love the frilly necks, the way they run on their two back feet! My grandma used to have them come in her back yard all the time, they were always fun for Momma to watch :)