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Beaded Lizards are covered in tiny, shiny, raised bumpy scales that look like polished beads. These are generally black with orange, yellow, or pink accents. The head and the feet of a Beaded Lizard are usually solid black. Their short, thick tails have yellow bands and there are poison glands located in the lower jaw. When the Beaded Lizard bites its prey, the poison flows in through the bite wound. Generally, Beaded Lizards grow to about two or three feet in length and can weigh up to five pounds. They have heavy, thick bodies and are stocky in appearance.


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