In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lagarto masculinewall lizard — lagartija feminine
- The Newcastle-based trust's pair of bearded dragon lizards were on show throughout the weekend.
- Small birds, lizards, snakes, toads, and frogs are a small part of their prey items.
- They all fall to the ground and lie quivering like the tail of a hunted lizard.
- The lizards get their Bearded Dragon name because of spikes under the chin that gives the appearance of a full beard.
- Upon emergence from hibernation the lizards were caught by hand or by noosing.
- Unlike certain lizards, cats' tails don't grow back, so the consequence of that action should be around for at least a decade.
- Judging by the thickness of their tails, some of the lizards find the arroyo banks fertile ground.
- This one is decorated with a lizard, whose body is in relief - the legs are roughly incised.
- If the lizard could not be caught, we continued to track the animal until it was recaptured.
- Half of the lizards from each population were supplemented with additional water.
- Within a few hours after hatching, lizards were individually measured and toe clipped.
- In addition, the lizards dig large burrows, which undermine sand dunes on the island.
- In the end, they supplied the moviemakers with three monitor lizards and six bearded dragon lizards.
- Limbed and limbless species of lizards may even be found within the same genus.
- Individuals within pairs of lizards were never from the same litter as pair-mates.
- The reptiles were kept in enclosures covered by nets to stop birds from munching the lizards.
- Many lizards have sharp spines, and some attempt to frighten predators with sounds.
- It's an evolutionary trick to distract the pursuer, much as lizards lose their tails.
- This is similar in ways to the chameleon, a lizard which can alter the colour of its skin.
- This demonstrates that territorial lizards remain in the same territories over time.
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