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The frill-necked lizard is so called because of the ruff of folded-skin that tucks against its head and neck. The frill is supported by cartilage, so when the lizard is frightened, the frill flares out, and the lizard will run on all-fours then accelerate onto the hind-legs. This is why they're also known as the bicycle lizard in Australia.Click to start the list