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Lizard on the lookout. Wildlife Ranger, 1979 Featured Kakadu National Park Print

Lizard on the lookout. Wildlife Ranger, 1979

A colour image of a Yellow Spotted Monitor lizard (Varanus Panoptes)walking through short grass in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. This image was taken while filming 'Wildlife Ranger' 1979: Set in the beautiful but isolated Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, 'Wildlife Ranger' traces the lifestyle and duties of a national park ranger, including protection of and research into the diverse range of flora and fauna in the area. The program follows two rangers plying a boat along the waterways in the wet season to check out a remote rookery. This allows viewers a close-up look at this unique environment, both at ground level and through breathtaking aerial photography. The northern monsoonal forests, grasslands and wildlife are shown in all their beauty, colour and diversity. The program also touches on the problems of remoteness from major towns, illustrated with the arrival of the fortnightly mail plane from Darwin

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Huge Saltwater Jumping Crocodile in Adelaide River, Darwin, North Territory, Australia Featured Kakadu National Park Print

Huge Saltwater Jumping Crocodile in Adelaide River, Darwin, North Territory, Australia

In the murky waters of the Adelaide River, lives the most dangerous reptile in Northern Australia which is the huge saltwater jumping crocodiles. Perched high above the dangers of the crocodiles is a feast of birdlife - white belly sea eagles, magpie, geese, brolgas, spritely dollar birds and hawks (known as kites in the NT). Kingfishers and corellas gather in flocks of hundreds on the marshy floodplains beside the river. Wild pigs and buffalo are often sighted darting in and out of the tall grasses along the river banks

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I keep an eye on you Featured Kakadu National Park Print

I keep an eye on you

The saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is a hypercarnivorous apex ambush predator capable of taking almost any animal that enters its territory. Apex predators have no predators of their own, residing at the top of their food chain. A hypercarnivore is an animal which has a diet that is more than 70% meat. Ambush predators capture prey by stealth rather than by speed. Due to their size and distribution, saltwater crocodiles are the most dangerous crocodiles to humans. The photo was taken on a boat cruise in the wetlands of Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia