Australian Sand Goannas: diurnal lizards, inhabit Outback, cave dwellers, excellent sense of smell, eat insects, birds, carrion, and crocodile eggs.
Kangaroos, marsupials found in Australia, inhabit diverse habitats, eat plants, and come in different sizes and species.
Snakes in the Australian Outback have diverse habitats, eat insects, birds, reptiles, small mammals, and are both venomous and non-venomous.
Thorny devils, also known as thorny lizards or molochs, inhabit the Australian backcountry, eat ants, and have protective spikes.
Saltwater crocodiles, known as salties, inhabit coastal areas and waterways, feeding on a variety of prey, including turtles, pigs, and birds.
Dingoes, an endangered species in Australia, inhabit diverse habitats, feed on various prey, and are highly adaptable.
The frilled-necked lizard, also known as a frilled dragon, is an Australian carnivore found in the northern region.
Feral camels, introduced to Australia, number over 1 million, causing environmental damage, and primarily feed on desert vegetation.