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No. Frogs are amphibians and fish are fish.
you f it then u can keep it
Yes. Lizards have ribs.
Most lizards tend to eat smaller lizards, even their own species and young. This is especially true with lizards in captivity. They will go after anything moving that will fit in their mouth. The exceptions to this are remote, such as a mother croc protecting its young until they go off on their own - though other crocs will not hesitate to snatch them up.
let me just say that i can answer any question you have about komodo dragons, they are my favorite. but anyways, before i get too ahead of myself, they live on the islands of komodo (obviously), rinca, flores, and gili motang, which are all part of indonisian territory. scientists estimate only 3,000 alive right now, i wish i could do something about it heck im just a 16 year old kid in kentucky, what good could i do, anyways i hope that answered your question satifactory enough
A reptile can have 15-20 offspring at once.
No, a lizard will never turn into an iguana. They are two different animals.
The Tainos ate rats, snakes, lizards, basically they eat every living thing.
Crested geckos have a special diet referred to as "Crested Gecko Diet". Crested gecko diet is a meal replacement powder (MRP) that has been specially formulated for this species. Within the diet are all the proper ratios of: Calcium, Phosphorus, Vitamin C, Vitamin B etc..
This diet is a mix of 1 part diet to 2 parts water. It becomes a thicker apple-saucy substance. After it has been poured into a bowl and left in the setup over night, the animal will lap it up.
To be honest, I would put it back. Without knowing exactly what species the lizard is, it is difficult to impossible to know exactly what you should feed it. In additon, wild lizards are acclimated to the wild and will rarely adapt well to an indoor environment. It's not going to make a good pet.
Using their legs ! They walk on alternate feet - for example front right & rear left feet forward first, followed by the opposing feet.
Ravi's lizard, Mrs. Kipling, is an Asian water monitor.
eukaryotic, it has more than one cell
No, a tail falling off of a lizard or gecko is just a defense mechanism and will eventually grow back. The tail falls off due to grabbing or pulling it, and the lizard or gecko will intentionally let go of it. Although it will grow back, it will not be as pretty and colorful as its original tail.
no because their cold-blooded reptiles and would died because of the long winters
I don't believe they can. Some geckos can eat fortified pellet food and you can feed crested geckos baby food, but I'd avoid feeding them rice.
Yes, most lizards have an odor to them. They use it as a defense. The odor will be different for different species of lizards. The cleaner their environment the less the odor will be.
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Take a large high sided glass bowl. Put some food attractant in it. Smear the sides of the bowl with any thick oil. Voila!! The gecko will not be able to climb out. Preferably put in a cock roach which will keep moving but will not be ably to climb out too.
If your animal has escaped its terrarium, it is best to leave the terrarium open, with a misting and food provided. The animal will search for a damper area and look for something to feed on.
If you're looking into catching wild geckos, the best way is to search, as if it was field study. House geckos can be found in moist and damp area's during their "cooling periods" and during the hot summers they can be found scaling rocky surfaces, even urbanized area's with concrete or brick buildings.