Military dragon. - Stock image

Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Dragon, Northern Territory - Australia, South Australia

Military dragon. royalty-free stock photo
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Stock photo ID:146925926
Upload date:June 22, 2012


Ctenophorus, also known as Comb-bearing Dragons, is a genus that contains the most diverse group of dragons in Australia. Many of these have been grouped by a similar morphology. The informal names and groupings within this genus AA Rock or Crevice-dragon, Ground, Sand-dragon, and Bicycle-dragon AA are named after the mythological creature, the dragon. Dragon, military, lizard, reptile, Australia, sand, desert, sun, wild, animal
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