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A small lizard native to Australia, the thorny devil is known by various other names like thorny dragon, moloch, and mountain devil. It’s mainly active during the day and can change colors to blend into its environment. As intimidating as it looks, the thorny devil is actually a slow-moving lizard that mainly eats ants.
Cleaning polluted water of the Tonle Sap late in Cambodia to protect the Painted Stork and many other species.