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They live in rainforests of Australia and wet tropics. They mostly eat insects, ants, invertebrates, Beatles, grasshoppers and fruits. They shelter in trees and roads. Their skin is greenish gray. They have scales on their throat. Their length can reach up to 45 cm or 5 inches. And their tail is twice the length of their body. They spend most of their time on trees. They hatch the eggs on the forest floor. And they hatch 1-6 eggs at a time. In the future they live in underwater rainforests. The rainforest will be flooded because of global warming. And they mostly eat small fish. They shelter on underwater trees. They have gills and fins and back fins. They hatch in sandy areas underwater. And they also hatch 1-6 eggs too.