The correct diet for a lizard depends on its species and age. People can feed most young lizards insects such as crickets, beetle larvae, flies and moths. Adult lizards exhibit greater variation in their diet, as some ar... More »

The diet of baby lizards varies from one species to the next, but most young lizards eat insects or other invertebrates. Crickets, roaches, earthworms, mealworms and silkworms are all acceptable items, but spiders, wasps... More »

According to PawNation, alligator lizards require ample tank space and a regular diet of small invertebrates. Alligator lizards do not have any special heat requirements aside from a heat lamp placed at one end of the ta... More »

Iguanas are herbivorous lizards that feed only on plant matter, including leaves, flowers and fruit. They spend most of their lives in the canopies of rain forests, feeding on the plant matter available there. Iguanas ty... More »

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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 ... More »

Three species of lizards are dangerous to humans: the Gila monster, the Mexican beaded lizard and the Komodo dragon. These lizards are dangerous because they transmit venom when they bite. More »

A citrus tiger bearded dragon is a lizard that is chiefly yellow with a light mix of red and some other colors, giving it a somewhat striped look. This lizard reaches between 18 and 24 inches in length. More »

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