Author Archives: Wayne

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Do Lizards Carry Their Babies In Their Mouth?

If you are researching lizards and their babies you may be wondering if it’s true that they carry their babies in their mouth… Do Lizards carry their babies in their mouth? Lizards do carry their babies in their mouths, as other animals, such as cats do. This is because their legs are not capable of […]

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Do Lizards Like Loud Music? (Can They Even Hear?)

If you have been curious or researching lizards you may have wondered if they appreciate music or if it can get too loud for them… Do lizards like loud music? In general, lizards do not like loud music or noises. This is because their hearing is sensitive and it may either alarm them or distress […]

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Can Lizards Drown? (Devasting Reaction?)

If you have heard that lizards can swim you may have wondered if there is a chance that they could drown, and which lizards can survive well in water… Can lizards drown? Lizards can drown. This is because they need to breathe in oxygen on land and if they are starved of it underwater they […]

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Do Lizards Breathe Through Their Skin? (Impossible?)

If you have ever researched how lizards breathe, you may have assumed, or wondered if they breathe through their skin like frogs… Do lizards breathe through their skin? Lizards do not breathe through their skin they breathe through their lungs instead. Amphibians, such as frogs, do breathe through their skin. But reptiles, such as lizards, […]

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Do All Lizards Have Salmonella? (Or Just Rumors?)

If you have heard people say that lizards have salmonella you may be panicking and wondering if this could apply to your lizard… Do all lizards have salmonella? Most reptiles carry salmonella. This is found in their intestinal tract. However, they tend to eliminate it through their feces. So, if you have a pet lizard, […]

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