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Scientific Name: Tiliqua rugosus
Geographical Range: Southern Australia
Habitat: Desert grasslands and dunes
Diet in the Wild:Omnivorous, including insects, other arthropods, snails, fruits and flowers.
Conservation Status: Not protected.
Location in the Zoo: Herpetarium

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