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The tongue and gravity are central to moving water through successive compartments of the buccal cavity and into the oesophagus. Upon the basis of formifunction analysis of water intake and transport, a kinematic model of drinking in lizards is proposed. Some lizards drink water by having it soak into their mouths, via the skin: Source

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While some animals have developed ways of extracting water from the food they eat, or reducing water lost through evaporation, desert dwelling lizards don’t drink water at all; they absorb it ...

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Best Answer: Most lizards drink water but some don't. Look up the breed on the net.. or post some pictures so you can get a little more info on how to care for it. And please don't feed it until you know what it is supposed to eat, not all lizards are insectivores. And some can only eat certain insects. I ...

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Their skin is completely covered in keratinous scales that seal all their water in, preventing evaporation. With these adaptations, the water from small crickets can be very sufficient in fulfilling their water needs. Though, when properly thirsty, lizards, snakes and tortoises alike will all gladly lap up a drink of water.

www.reptilesmagazine.com/.../Habitats-Care/Reptile-Water-Requirements

Drip systems work well as water-delivery systems for some reptile species, especially arboreal lizards. They allow a continuous but gentle drip to reach the cage occupant. Ready-made drip systems are available at pet stores or online. If you are inclined to build your own, you can do so with a plastic container, such as a gallon water jug.

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IT depends on what kind of lizard it is. Normally it would eat insects of some kind like meal worms or crickets or even locusts. Most lizards don't drink water, but get their water from the food they eat, but its always best to have some water in the enviorment they are in.

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How do grass lizards drink water? With their eyes, they are uniquely evolved to do so, they use their eyes and nose to extract it from the air, an ability that they evolved to do due to their ...

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Lizards eat mealworms, crickets, some other insects, and leafy vegetables. They can drink water out of a dish, but in the wild they can drink from rivers and lakes. Most lizards eat plants and ...

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Provide water for your lizard daily. Depending on the type of lizard, a shallow container of water, a bubbler bowl (for lizards who do not drink still water), or misting the walls of the cage daily will work (for arboreal and desert lizards) as water sources.

pets.stackexchange.com/.../5523/is-tap-water-safe-for-reptiles

While they don't "drink" water through their skin like amphibians do, a lot of reptiles will absorb some water through their skin to stay hydrated. Being relatively new and uncommon in the pet industry, reptiles have not been exposed to tap water for as long as us and the more common animals.