The Narrow Banded Sand Swimmer is a small lizard that has dark bands on its tail. It's small head is shaped like a cone, it also has light brown circular ears. Its body has various bands of colours for camouflage against its predators. The Sand swimmer's diet includes invertebrates and other small lizards. It dwells in sand country and (sometimes) desert woodland on the north area of Australia.
Narrow Banded Sand Swimmer habitat. Sourced from AROD.com.au
The Sand Swimmer has few structural feature adaptions These include: 1. The Sand Swimmer has a cone like nose for burrowing through desert sand
A Sand Swimmer's nose Compared to real cone
2. It has glossy scales to limit friction against sand
The Narrow Branded Sand Swimmer Also has some interesting behavioural features such as burrowing into sand to escape from predators also to hide from predators it can blend into its common surrounding environment: sand
Its Predators include 1.Pythons 2. Barn owl 3.Other snakes
Altogether the Narrow Banded Sand Swimmer is an interesting common sand country skink