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Horned Toads are usually brown to gray in coloring, and measure between three and seven inches in length. Some are more creamy or white in color, and others may have colorful markings. It all depends on the Horned Toad's habitat, since it relies on its color for camouflage. They are spiny to discourage predators. The horns, which give these lizards their name, are actually modified scales over the back and sides of their heads. Horned Toads have large stomachs in order to hold lots of insects without hampering the animal's ability to move about. Children commonly catch Horned Toads, because their flat shape makes it rather difficult for them to move quickly or agilely. They generally have an overall round shape.


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