I’ve found a SHINGLEBACK LIZARD/BOBTAIL

bobtailCOMMON CAUSES FOR INTERVENTION

Dog attacks, whipper snipper and lawnmower injuries, car accidents, drowning in swimming pools, influenza (congested eyes and nostrils, lethargy, [the animal looks ‘flat’] and it has a thin flat tail).

CONTAINMENT

Immediate removal to a fly-proof area is essential. Injured Shinglebacks can be flystruck within minutes of injury. Many blowflies can and do lay maggots rather than eggs.