A pair of sand goannas have been caught on video final week, apparently duking it out with each other in Australia.
The conflict of the lizards occurred Dec. 11 at Koorana Crocodile Farm and was observed by an worker upon his arrival, the Courier Mail reported.
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“I parked the automotive,” stated the employee, John McGrath, “and went, ‘Oh take a look at that!’”
The reptiles have been apparently unfazed when McGrath began filming the interplay, which he stated had the looks of a “drunken dance.”
“It was like sumo wrestling. One needed to pin the opposite one down,” he stated.
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The farm additionally posted concerning the struggle on its Fb web page on Dec. 12, remarking that “you by no means know what you is perhaps witness to.”
“We’ve a lot of sand goannas roaming round for the time being, and this week on the highway proper in entrance of King Wally these two males have been in an extended battle,” the put up stated.
King Wally is a outstanding crocodile who lives on the property, the Courier Mail reported.