Lizards and Crocs
> Texas Spotted Whiptail - Cnemidophorus gularis
Texas Spotted Whiptail - Cnemidophorus gularis
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Hello , 2 hours ago I stoped a cat from playing with a baby lizard, I have it warm and it's coming out of shock, it looks like it is the same type in the photo..I know our horned toad is on endangered list....but not sure about this little guy... (nose to tail is about 4 in)
What region of Texas are they usually found
These lizards are totally harmless to people, and they love to eat all sorts of insects.
what do these lizard eat and are they poisonous? i have one living at my rock garden at my home around my pond. i would like to keep as a pet but i need to know how to protect and make them a better place to live .