How do Draco lizards care for their young?
Draco lizards do not care for their young. The females simply create a small hole, lays her eggs, and buries them. Then she keeps watch over the eggs for about one day, and then leaves them alone.
Draco Lizards eat leaves and plants.
Draco Lizards eat leaves and plants.
Most lizards just lay their eggs and let the young fend for themselves once they hatch.
no they are not
They don't - once the young lizards hatch, they a re completely independent of the parent.
Indonisan rain forests
They don't. The female leaves her eggs after burying them to hatch. The lizards must survive on their own after hatching.
no, it's a lizard. Lizards are reptiles.
they eat too much poo
No. Snakes and lizards leave their young to their own devices. The only reptiles that have any sort of parental care are crocodiles and alligators.
yes ,in the indonistan rain forest.
Some lizards do eat other lizards but not all of them. Some lizards do eat flies and some lizards eat each other! Some do. All baby reptiles should be removed from adults except in cases like crocodiles who actually care for their young. Reptiles generally have no sentimentality.
Some do. All baby reptiles should be removed from adults except in cases like crocodiles who actually care for their young. Reptiles generally have no sentimentality.
No. Some lizards may guard their eggs but not their young. The only reptiles that guard their young are crocodiles and alligators.
Nope - horned lizards eat insects - not other lizards.
Any lizards are good with the proper care anoles make easy to care for pet lizards.
Most lizard do not have any kind of parental care and will eat thei offspring rather than protect them. In soms skinkspecies (Scincidae) the mothers will protect their young as an exception.
No. Most reptiles don't care for their young, with the exceptions of crocodiles and other members of that family. When a mother lizard lays her eggs, she will watch them until they hatch. When they hatch, the mother lizard will leave, leaving the babies to fend for themselves.
they dont care for their babies they eat them.
An interesting characteristic and obviously the most notable is their ability to "fly". In actuality, the Draco lizards do not actually fly, but they actually glide. These "flying" lizards are very much like "flying " squirrels because they are both mistaken to "fly". To glide, they use their large skin flaps that are supported by out branching ribs and spread them out, then they take advantage of the wind and glide upon the wind to… Read More
their wings and dewlap varies in color depending on the species. but their body usually blends with their perch, which is barky.
No. Reptile behavior is almost entirely instinctive and very little is learned. Reptiles generally do not care fore their young. Crocodiles and alligators guard their young against predators and some snakes and lizards guard their eggs, but that is the greatest extent of reptile parental care. From the moment they come into the world young reptiles have to find food on their own.
Northern Alligator Lizard give live birth, but they dont take care of their young, in fact they may eat their babies.
Flying Lizards (Draco blanfordii) Flying Frogs (Rhacophorus) Flying Squirrels (Sciuridae)
I think when you asked if lizards "have babies" you may be asking if lizards give birth to live young. Most lizards lay eggs. However there are some lizards such as the blue tongue skink who give birth to live young. Therefore the blue tongue skink "have babies" rather than laying eggs.
No, only mammals produce milk for its young.
Reptiles do not generally care for their young .
Just about all lizards will eat their own (or others') young if the baby is small enough to fit in the adults' mouth.
They glide of to escape predators. And yet Game Freak never made a Flying/Dragon-type Pokémon based on them.
Reproduction: Most lizards deposit their eggs in a simple nest. The female skink may coil around her eggs to protect them from intruders. Other lizards do not lay their eggs, but give birth after hatching their eggs inside the body. Still other lizard species reproduce similar to mammals, giving birth to live young. Unlike female mammals, these female lizards do not nurse or care for their young after birth. Some species of North American whiptails… Read More
There are numbers of animals that do not look after their young, such as: The Sea Turtle Fish (that includes sharks) Snakes Many Insects - butterflys ect. Lizards (only some) Lobsters Some humans (sorry! but some don't)
Yes, some species of lizard will eat smaller lizards. Some, such as Komodo dragons will eat the young of their own kind.
Mabey, the birds might eat the lizards or the lizards might eat the birds. If the lizards are big,old, and lazy, the birds and the lizards will get along. If the lizards are young kinda big and active the lizards and birds will be in a war of doom. so it depends how big the lizards are.
they dont care for young
they care for their young.
I have no earthly idea
I don't know and I don't care!!
Yes, female raccoons take care of their young. Males have nothing to do with the care of the young.
If it lays eggs the mother will protect them until they hatch, after that they are on their own, they can be cannibals so you might want to watch out because the dad may eat the babies.
they care for young by teaching them how to hunt
how do hyenas care for their young
Rarely. Most lizards are smaller than a platypus. However, the large monitor lizards known as "goannas" may attempt to take a young platypus.
Voldemort ordered Draco to kill Albus Dumbledore. He knew Draco was very young and probably incapable of carrying through on the task. If Draco failed he would be shamed or possibly even killed himself. Voldemort did this as a punishment to Draco's father, Lucius Malfoy.
Snakes do not care for their young.
They care for their young.
No, stegosaurus did not care for it's young
they dont take care of there young
do boa constrictors care for their young?