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The oldest known fossils of Tuatara date back 180 million years to the Jurassic age, and these medium-sized reptiles are the only remaining species from this time. Tuatara is only found in New Zealand. They are nocturnal, enjoy cooler weather and have a third eye on the top of their head. Their name derives from Maori and means 'Peaks on Back'.
Our Tuatara HotSpot features a Tuatara just emerged from his burrow in a grassy woodland scene.
The Tuatara is available in HotSpot sizes, all made from three to eight layers of 3mm bamboo, finished with water-based paints, stains and varnish then laminated together to create a beautifully unique framed animal scene.
- HotSpots are 45mm round magnets featuring three layers of 3mm bamboo and housing a strong ceramic magnet.
- Made in New Zealand