Do lizards shed their skin? What is substrate? Why do lizards need heat lamps? If owning a cat or dog sounds boring to you, maybe you would enjoy having an unusual pet. This book explains the good points and not-so-good points of keeping lizards as pets. Find out about the basic requirements of having a lizard, such as housing, food, water and exercise needs. Learn how to handle and provide companionship for your lizards. If a curious, interesting, insect-eating animal sounds like a good pet, then a lizard may be right for you!
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What Is a Lizard?
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