Does lizards change there skin like snakes?
Lizards will shed their skin in a similar way as snakes as they grow and mature, though it is usually shed in small pieces instead of large pieces as with most snakes.
Why reptiles such as lizards and snakes are generally better adapted to living in arid environments than frogs?
To begin with, lizards are reptiles. Like all reptiles, they share the following features: They are vertebrates. They have dry, scaly skin. They are cold-blooded, or 'ectothermic', meaning they cannot generate their own heat to maintain body temperature, but instead have a variable body temperature which reflects the animal's environment. They breathe using lungs (unlike fish or juvenile amphibians). Lizards are lizards because they have more specific features in common: Lizards generally have four well-developed…