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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Tuatara live?

The tuatara is a rare and ancient beast
That lives on islands off the coast of New Zealand
It likes to burrow in the soil or nest with birds
And hunt for insects, worms and snails when it is dark

It is not a lizard, though it looks like one
It belongs to a different order of reptiles
It has a spiny crest along its back and tail
And a third eye on its forehead that is hard to see

It is a living fossil, a survivor of the past
It has not changed much since the age of dinosaurs
It can live for over a hundred years and more
And it is a treasure of New Zealand's natural heritage
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