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Lacerta Jeweled behavior

With its brilliant coloration and active nature, the Jeweled Lacerta can make a fine pet for a beginning enthusiast or for an experienced herpetologist. These lovely animals are often kept as pets in Europe, and are popular in other parts of the world as well.

In the wild, Jeweled Lacertas live in breeding pairs. These Lacertas are primarily terrestrial and are quite active, making an enjoyable pet to view in captivity. They spend much of their time basking and burrowing, and hiding under branches, rocks, or foliage. They can also climb quite well.Especially when young, Jeweled Lacertas should be handled frequently. If they do not interact often with people, they can quickly become skittish or wild. They have been known to bite, so care should be taken.

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