Saving Queensland’s earless dragons

12 Apr 2024
A small lizard rests in someone's hand
A Condamine earless dragon. Image: Dr April Reside

Remote cameras and conservation dogs will be deployed as part of a University of Queensland research project aiming to conserve four threatened Queensland reptile species.

Dr April Reside from UQ’s School of the Environment said project was funded through the Queensland Government’s Threatened Species Program and will investigate threats to the Condamine earless dragon, the Roma earless dragon, the grey snake, and the five-clawed worm-skink.

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