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Meaning “caped lizard” is a rare, modern-day frilled lizard (not a dinosaur) that is native to New Guinea and North Australia. These climbing lizards live in trees in humid forests and eat cicadas, ants, spiders and smaller lizards. It can run quadrupedally and bipedally, with the front legs off the ground. Named by S. W. Gray in 1825.