connectVideoAustralian lizards caught in a bloody battle
A few sand goannas were caught on video last week, apparently duking it out with each other in Australia.
The collision of the lizards happened Dec. 11 Koorana Crocodile Farm, and was noticed by an employee on his arrival, the Courier Mail reported.
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“I parked the car,” said the worker, John McGrath, “and he went, ‘Oh look at that!'”
The reptiles were seemingly unfazed as McGrath began filming the interaction, which he said had the appearance of a ” drunk dance.”
“It was like sumo wrestling. One had to pin the other down,” he said.
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The farm also on the height of the battle on the Facebook page from Dec. 12, noted that “you never know what you could testify.”
“We have a lot of sand goannas roaming around at the moment, and this week on the road right in front of King Wally these two men were in a long fight,” the post said.
King Wally is a prominent crocodile that lives on the property, the Courier Mail reported.