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Turtles Of The Great Barrier Reef Featured Reptiles Image

Turtles Of The Great Barrier Reef

These are the many faces of the turtle species residing on Heron Island
Heron Island is a stunning coral cay situated in the Southern Great Barrier Reef of Australia, just 80 kilometres (50 miles) north-east of Gladstone and 460 km (290 mi) north-north-west of the state capital Brisbane, Australia. The island is surrounded by picture perfect reefs including Heron Reef, a fringing platform reef of significant biodiversity, and is also home to over 200,00 species of birds including Mutton Birds & Noddy Turns.
Only a small island at about 800 metres long and 300 metres at its widest, with it's highest point, near the western tip, is 3.6 metres above sea level.
Dive in to the tropical blue waters of Heron to experience amazing marine life right off the beach including turtles, reef sharks, a large amount of different specials of rays and more colourful fish than you can count

© Meaghan Skinner

Green turtle swimming in a ocean Featured Reptiles Image

Green turtle swimming in a ocean

A single turtle, swimming downwards toward the camera. The turtle's flippers are out, and the turtle looks like it's flying. There is a blue tinge throughout. The top of the water is visible from beneath, Clouds are visible through the water. Turtle is close up

1042207718, Australian Lifestyle, Canon, Snokelling

Lace Monitor lizard (Varanus varius) on leaves, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, New South Wales, Australia Featured Reptiles Image

Lace Monitor lizard (Varanus varius) on leaves, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, New South Wales, Australia

The Lace Monitor or Lace Goanna, (Varanus varius), is a member of the monitor lizard family, Australian members of which are commonly known as goannas. Lace monitors are the second-largest monitor in Australia after the Perentie. They can be as long as 2.1 meters (over 6ft 10ins) with a head and body length of up to 76.5 cm (2Aoe ft)

© David Herbig / DanitaDelimont.com