Scientific Name: Chlamydosaurus kingi

Found In: Northern Australia and southern New Guinea/Dry forest habitats

Size: Adults average 33 inches in length

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of small insects

Threat Level: Least Concern. There is evidence of local populations decreasing, but its wide range supports an overall stable population

Facts: When extended, their neck frills can measure 12 inches across. The frills are made up of a thin layer of skin which folds around the neck like a cape. They are arboreal, or tree-dwelling, spending 90% of their time in the trees