Blue-Tongued Lizard, Australia Photograph by Kathy Parker, Your Shot Australian blue-tongued lizards are widespread over our great country. This particular species is a "common" or "Eastern" blue-tongued lizard, found in the eastern parts of Australia
COLLARED LORY (Vini solitarius) - AKA the Fijian lory in honor of the island archipelago where it is endemic. Lories consume nectar and act as pollinators. Lories have a brush on the tip of their tongue that helps them collect nectar. This gorgeous bird's plumage was used as currency in several island archipelagos in the south seas.
YOGA SEQUENCE: YOGI/ASIAN SQUAT This is not a magical pill of a sequence, may still take you years to squat comfortably but dedication & commitment is part of the practice Warm up: not necessary but sun salutations A&B if you're cold