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Lizards For Sale. Lizards display so much diversity that it is almost hard to believe one name applies to them all. Many lizards, such as the Little Brown Skinks in the U.S. and the Pygmy Chameleons of the African forests, are so tiny that they make a blade of grass look huge in comparison.  Lizards live in trees, on the ground, under rocks, in the soil, and everywhere in between. They can be  daytime active, nocturnal (nighttime) or  (active at dawn or dusk), and some alternate throughout the year. With such a diverse group of lizards being kept in the modern hobby, there is no surprise at their growing popularity. For first time keepers we recommend you read our care sheets thoroughly to understand the differences between them.

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Some Lizards have four legs, whereas others only have two. Some have scales that are smooth, while others have spikes. They can be classified as herbivores, omnivores, or carnivores. While some produce live babies, others produce eggs. Some have such flawless camouflage that even when you are directly in front of one and are aware that it is there, you might not notice it. Some have hydrophobic skin that makes them unsinkable, some have prehensile tails, some are venomous, and some can reproduce without mating.

With all this diversity, forming a concise description of lizards is a challenge. Nonetheless, we can say that they are  animals that do not generate significant amounts of heat internally and that they belong to the order Squamata (scaled reptiles) and make up over two dozen families which include several thousand species. We can say that they typically have four legs, eyelids, and external “ears” (tympanic membranes, technically), all of which are absent in snakes. While lizards are overwhelmingly harmless to humans, some large species can inflict damage; at least two, the Gila Monsters and Beaded Lizards of the U.S. and Mexico, are venomous. Lizards For Sale


Up to 60% of the body fat of some lizards can be found in their tail.

Alligator lizards shed their skin in one piece, just like snakes do, unlike other lizard species.

New types of adhesives, such as a biodegradable one for use in surgery, are being inspired by the gecko’s sticky toes.

The sand lizard “dances” by elevating its legs abruptly, one at a time, or by resting its belly on the sand and raising all four legs at once in order to shield its feet from the hot sand.

The tongue of the Madagascan chameleon can extend further than the length of its body and possesses a sticky tip. Lizards For Sale

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