First, you should identify the species of lizard, and if possible return it to the habitat you found it in. If this is not possible (ie, temperatures have fallen below freezing), then you will need to acquire a cage appropriate for the size of the lizard. Research the heating and lighting requirements. Many lizards require UVB lighting, and they must have thermostat-controlled heat provided for them. The setup for a reptile can be expensive.
Once you have provided a cage with proper heat and light, a small shallow water dish, a hide box, climbing branches if the reptile is arboreal, and appropriate food (most lizards are insectivores--buy crickets at a pet store and coat them with calcium powder before feeding them), you should schedule a vet appointment.
Unless you plan to release the lizard in spring, it will require a vet checkup and fecal exam for parasites. Wild lizards all carry internal parasites, and these can quickly build to lethal levels in captivity, and must be treated promptly. If you plan to release the lizard, then use newspaper to line the cage and change it daily. Sterilize the cage each week.
Mist with water, or provide a humid-hide (directions can be found online) to provide proper humidity for the species of lizard.
If all of the above sounds like too much work, or is too expensive, take the lizard to a wildlife rehabilitator. Do not keep it a day longer than necessary to contact the wildlife rehabber, because the longer it is kept in inappropriate conditions, the more likely it is that the lizard will succumb to stress, develop and infection, and die.
No. Even A cat cannot survive in 10 degree whether. therefore a kitten will die of respiratory paralysis in 10 degree weather.
In a cold climate, penguins survive by huddling together in a large mass to conserve body warmth, and take turns standing on the inside and outside of the huddle. They are excellent swimmers and catch fish for food.
yes thats how they can survive cold weather
The penguins huddle close together in cold weather.
They can be but they will not survive.
most plants survive better outside, but some survive better inside. take your plant inside during bad weather, but be careful.
They can kill local squirrels, chipmunks, and other small mammals. They can't survive well in cold weather though. Overall, a cat can survive at least 4 days in warm weather. In cold weather they will probably survive 2 days alone. My cat is missing right now and my mom is very nervous because it's 30 degrees outside. Also, a cat will have trouble finding a water source.
Yes, what do you think wolf cubs do?
Up to 48 hours or longer if the environment is favorable. And it is know to survive all weather.
Yes they can survive in cold weather.
the weather outside today is snow loser
Pet mice should never be kept outside as they are exposed to the weather, the sun, and other animals!
By doing their best to success and survive the weather disasters ..
It;s nice weather outside.
Cabbage only survives at the temperature of your hands. So if your hands are quite warm and it is a chilly day outside, then your cabbage may not survive :(