In keeping with the dragons theme, here is a short video of a Crested Dragon (Ctenophorus cristatus)
found warming itself on a rock along the Hyden-Norseman Road, in the south-eastern part of Western Australia. A wonderful area of extensive Salmon Gums woodlands with big rock outcrops. This dragon except for the tail and leg bands, lacks the usual colours so is probably a juvenile or young female.
These lizards belong to a group often called Bicycle Dragons, because when they run fast they are upright and running on their back legs.