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Long Tailed Grass Lizard behavior

The Long Tailed Grass Lizard makes an amusing, easy to care for pet, whose lovely appearance and agile antics can amaze you for hours! These interesting lizards also tend to be relatively calm.

Long Tailed Grass Lizards are quite agile and fast in their movements. They may cover surprisingly large areas while foraging for food. Most often, Long Tailed Grass Lizards are seen in areas of thick, low vegetation or tall grass, where they hunt for insects. Long Tailed Grass Lizards have also been found in trees, despite their names. In captivity, they are quite docile and may be kept in large community terrariums. When they are not kept with other reptiles or amphibians, they are often kept in groups of two to four lizards. They are energetic lizards and are very fun to watch. They enjoy climbing and they should be provided with plenty of things to climb as well as higher areas on which to bask.


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