Eastern Water Dragon (Physignathus lesueurii subsp. lesuerii)
The following photo gallery of the Eastern Water Dragon, lesueurii subsp. lesueurii, a subspecies of the Australian Water Dragon. These lizards scurry away quickly into bushes when disturbed but many in public parks around Brisbane, Australia they have become used to humans, providing great photo opportunities. They are interesting animals, they wave their legs quickly at others to indicate dominance while a slow wave indicates submission. Head-bobbing is another form of communication between these lizards. Males are also territorial and will chase off any rivals on there patch.