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Breeding
Breeding season for Sand Lizards occurs between April and May, when males become more brightly colored to attract females. The male holds the female's flanks in his mouth in order to mate with her. Usually, Sand Lizards lay their eggs in May and June. The eggs are partially covered in sand, and deposited in very sunny areas. Between 40 and 60 days, these eggs hatch thanks to the sun's incubation. In most areas, only one clutch is laid each year. These young Sand Lizards will become sexually mature by the time they are two years old.


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