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Beaded Lizard Health Information

Although Beaded Lizards use their venom for self-defense or hunting and may bite a human if they feel threatened by him or her. You should see a doctor if you are bitten, since the Beaded Lizard is poisonous.

Breeding
Usually, Beaded Lizards will breed between February and March and lay their eggs about two months afterward. These oblong eggs will incubate for about six months.


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