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Gila Monster history

Gila Monsters are found in the deserts of northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. The Gila Monster receives its name from the Gila River Basin in the United States where it may be commonly found. In the lore of many local peoples, the Gila Monster possesses magical powers and is the subject of myths. Today, the Gila Monster is threatened due to habitat loss and capture for the pet trade.


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