arnterrentye akngerre areye ante apmwe
lizards and snakes
Aheyenenhele thipe rname-arenye arlkwenhe-arlkwenhe.
Woma snakes eat birds that live in the grass.
desert death adder (acanthopis pyrrus)
Ahatwe arlkenye apwerte-arteke alhengke-iwelhentye akngerre.
The death adder disguises itself by becoming the same colour as the rock.
gecko (crenadactylus ocellatus and diplodactylus byrnei )
Aterele-anthetyalaye! Arlurele utyewe ilentye-akngerre.
Don't frighten it! People say that if you muck around with geckos they can make you skinny.
blue-tongue lizard (tiliqua sp.)
Ulhelkele ahelhe arlkwenhe-arlkwenhe.
Blue-tongued lizards eat dirt.
carpet snake (morelia bredli)
Arntetherrke urternenge arrateme thakwere arlkwenhe-arlkwenhe.
Carpet snakes come out in warm weather and they eat mice.
bicycle lizard (diporiphora and lophognathus)
Arlantye kwatyeke akwirrentye akngerre.
The bicycle lizard waves one of its front legs to indicate that rain is coming.