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www.reference.com/article/eats-lizards-8f23dc826ab28e0f

Lizards are eaten by birds, mammals, snakes and other lizards. Baby lizards are especially vulnerable to predators of all kinds because they receive no maternal protection. Lizard eggs are eaten by skunks, badgers and snakes.

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A lizard can live without food varies from species to species. Adult bearded dragons can survive for up to three weeks without eating, while adult leopard geckos can live for over a month without eating. It also depends on whether the lizard is an adult or a baby.

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Most lizards are omnivores, however, what a lizard eats is largely influenced by its size. With over 3,800 different species of lizard, there is no set diet between them.

www.reference.com/article/spider-crickets-6312654bd4f30532

Spider crickets, also known as camel crickets or sprickets, are a species of cricket that is distinguished by their long hind legs, arched backs, thick bodies and mottled-brown coloring. There is also an invasive species of spider cricket that is native to Asia. This sp...

www.reference.com/article/lizards-live-af0d28efa7ae8dc0

Lizards are distributed throughout the world, and as the San Diego Zoo notes, most of them live on the ground. Other common lizard dwelling places are underground burrows (especially in deserts), under rocks, marshy bogs and in trees.

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Crickets are scavengers and omnivores that eat a variety of plants, seedlings, fruits, seeds, fungi, dried organic materials and even live and dead insects. They prefer ragweed, chicory and crabgrass.

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Lizards communicate through body language, sound and visual displays, such as posturing and gestures, in addition to bright colors and even barking or hissing. These communications are used to ward off rivals or potential predators and to attract mates.