Green anoles primarily eat insects, but they attempt to eat any animal smaller than their heads, along with occasional grains and seeds. Other animal prey includes other arthropods such as spiders and molluscs. Their most common method of hunting is simply watching prey until it comes within striking distance.Continue Reading
Green anoles are opportunistic hunters, and they have more than one method of capturing prey. When they are patrolling territory, they often leap at prey they come across. They also use stealth to ambush larger prey items. Despite their name, they come in shades of brown and green as well as gray. They are capable of changing their colors in response to their environment, which aids them in both hunting and evading predators.
Green anoles are prey to a wide range of animals. Their most common predators are snakes and birds, but they also fall prey to curly tailed lizards, cats, dogs and frogs. They hide and climb trees to avoid predators. They have adhesive pads on their feet to allow them to easily move on vertical surfaces. They also have structures that enable them to glide down from tall trees when necessary. They are capable of dropping their tails to distract predators as well.Learn more about Lizards
Bearded dragons are hierarchical creatures, and they motion with their heads and forelimbs to communicate with other bearded dragons. Bearded dragons are omnivores with stomachs that accept large amounts of food. Their diet includes spiders, small rodents, insects, spiders and lizards. Around 20 percent of their diet consists of vegetation.Full Answer >
Geckos are types of lizards, but have several physical features, such as shorter and broader heads and sticky feet, that distinguish them from other types of lizards. Geckos and lizards live in many areas around the world and are particularly well-suited for life in hot and dry locations, such as the American southwest and deserts in the Middle East.Full Answer >
Male African fat-tailed geckos have broader heads and wider tail bases than females. Additionally, males have many obvious pores located on the underside of their legs. Some clues that can help indicate an African fat-tailed gecko’s gender include social interactions and egg deposition. Any gecko that deposits eggs is a female, and usually, those that fight with each other are males.Full Answer >
Male iguanas have large jaw muscles that look like jowls and two fatty deposits on their foreheads, making male iguanas’ heads bigger and blockier than females' heads. A male also has a larger, heavier body and a bulge near the base of his tail where his reproductive organs are located.Full Answer >