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Spiny Lizard Crevice behavior

In many dry North American canyons, the sight of a strongly banded tail emerging from a tiny crevice often means that a Crevice Spiny Lizard is resident to the area! These beautiful lizards are found in a limited area of North America, where they provide a natural means of insect control.

Found in arid or semi-arid regions, Crevice Spiny Lizards usually retreat into a small crevice when frightened. They are often seen in dry canyons, on rocky ledges, or sunning themselves on large rocks. When they are not basking, this lizard can often be identified by a glimpse of their tail hanging out from a crack in a rock.Active during the day, Crevice Spiny Lizards are surprisingly quick and agile.

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