How do lizards tails grow back?
a lizards tail can grow back because it can also reproduce asexually but also reproduce sexually as well so when it reproduces asexually it grows back another body part. and the part of the tail will produce
another generation also known as regeneration
they grow back because lizards reproduce asexually
Yes. Lizard tails grow back more than once
because some lizards have a special DNA that helps them grow back if attacked by the enemy
no not all only some
The simple answer is no. Some lizards can grow their tails back, such as skinks but alligators have no such abilities
Lizards can lose their tails, but not all lizards can grow them back. Lizards that lose their tails may grow them back but the replacement tail is never as long or as colorful as the original one. Replacement tails grow back in as little as three months or as long as two years. In Iguanas and Komodo Dragons, the tail bones are not designed to break easily and the tail muscles are also not designed… Read More
no it can't, but lizards can grow their tails back hope that helps ;)
Animal cruelty is against the law.
starfish, some lizards that have the ability to grow tails back...
Sadly, no they can't. There are some species of lizards that can re-grow their tails, but snakes lack this ability.
They have renotonemagetical tails. the tails are fake on top.
Absolutely not. They are like people in the fact that if they lose a body part it will not grow back.You must have been thinking of geckos and lizards
yes blue belly lizardes can re grow back therre tail because when a cat or a bird cath the lizared he can relleace there tail
All lizards have tails and all lizards can lose their tails, but not all lizards can grow them back. The tail is an important structure. We know that individuals with tails can run faster than those without tails. We also know that lizards that lose their tails lose an important source of energy because these animals store fats at the base of their tails. Finally, many species, like our local Green Anole, fight to establish… Read More
No, chipmunks cannot grow back their tails.
Yes, but please don't pull their tails off :)
Slamanders, lizards are very well known for have a tail, that if chopped or eaten, it will grow back. As normally many animals aim for their tails
Not all lizards have the ability to shed their tails in times of trouble, but those that do will grow another tail.
Cat tails will not grow back if they were broken or cut off.
Yes. Long tailed grass lizards lose their tails also in the wild also if they get nervous.
Lizards protect themselves from enimies by breaking of their tail.When their tails are break,the tails will grow again and again.
some lizards can "drop" their tails as a defence mechanism, but those that do have a tail that nevver fully grows back. depending on how much of the tail broke off, they might have enough to lose more of the original tail, but usually the second tail isn't much more than a deformed stub, which doesnt have the ability to "drop" like the first one.
no, not like someother species of lizards the nile monitor lizards tail doesn't grow back.
Yes all lizards have tails
Their tails do not grow back.
it will grow back a little bit not full size
yes they do grow back just like spiders and some lizards
No, one of the lizards that don't is the bearded dragon
Tadpole's tails do not fall off by themselves, but they can be bitten off. I do not know if their tails grow back. I am trying to figure that out right now because 4 of my tadpole's tails got bitten off.
Yes, squirrels lose their tails at a certain age, but no, they can't grow them back. Once gone, forever gone.
some lizards will grow them back and some lizards won't
they can and they will
lizards drop there tails when a perdator attacks because they are either frightened or nervous a lizard drops its tail before it runs away so that the predator focuses on the tail and not the lizard. the process of the tail is to wiggle and catch the attention of the predator while the lizard escapes the tail will wiggle for approximatly 5 minutes and the lizard will re-grow its tail back but the lizards tail… Read More
No, don't worry it will grow back with in a year,maybe more,but I would try to make sure is doesn't happen again, Most lizards have the ability of losing their tails to get away from their predators
the tail with no heart will keep wiggling , but the lizards tail will grow back.
No, the tail will not grow back. Mammals don't have the biological skill to do so, like lizards.
yess becasue it is a repitle
Yes, leopard geckos do grow their tails back. It would probably take a couple of months, and the tail would be smaller and less impressive than the original.
Yes, Might have dif. Times for it but at one point they do all grow back.
All lizards do not loss their tails. Gecko, skink etc loss their tails but species like varanus, calotes etc. do not loss their limbs.
NO their NOT like geckos
they dont have tail....
yes it will just grow back
Let it grow back!!
Lizards have tails for the same reason most other quardapedal animals do. It's used for balance. Many animals would be a bit topheavy without one. In the case of lizards, though, the tails double as other things as well. Monitors and frilled lizards have notably long, whiplike tails they use to lash at each other or predators. Lizards in arid climates like leopard geckos and Gila monsters use their tails as fat reserves. Chameleons have… Read More
Toads live in the forest. Lizards live in the desert. Lizards have tails toads do not.
Yes, except crested geckos.
They are being attacked, and loose their tails. Or they are a type that well..just drop their tails.