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The 2003 Disney movie “Holes” featured aggressive, venomous creatures called “yellow-spotted lizards.” No such animals exist. Although Mexican beaded lizards and Gila monsters do possess venom, neither lizard species looks or behaves like the creatures in the film. The term "yellow-spotted lizard" is most ...


“Holes,” Louis Sachar’s Newbery Medal and National Book Award-winning novel, features yellow-spotted lizards. These highly venomous reptiles live in holes in the desert. While their names are similar, though, these fictitious lizards have almost nothing in common with the shy, elusive yellow-spotted night lizards of ...


The yellow spotted lizards are small crooks. The food of these poisonous lizards residing in the Camp Green Lake is blood they are tremendously dangerous. The length of these yellow spotted lizard ranges from 6 to ten inches and eleven spots cover its back. Their yellow-spotted body is slender and long.


No the spotted lizard isn't it is only shown to be a deadly poisonous lizard in holes which was actually the lizards they used were bearded dragon lizards which are a very popular pet reptile.


This is a public information film made by me about the yellow spotted lizard. The yellow spotted is a creature in the book 'Holes'. In the book it is supposed to be a poisonous lizard that lives ...


Okay for one its is it poisonous, And two The yellow-spotted tropical night lizard (Lepidophyma flavimaculatum) is a night lizard ranging from central Mexico to Panama.


The yellow-spotted tropical night lizard or yellow-spotted night lizard (Lepidophyma flavimaculatum) is a species of night lizard. It is distributed from central Mexico through the Central America south to Panama. It includes four subspecies: ...


Unlike the aggressive, venomous villains featured in the movie “Holes,” specimens from Lepidophyma flavimaculatum, commonly known as yellow-spotted night lizards, cannot kill humans. Despite being among the largest night lizards, they reach only 9.5 inches in length (245 mm), and have no poisonous glands to pose any real threat.


The "Holes" lizard was a made-up creature that resembled a bearded dragon. There is a yellow-spotted lizard, more accurately named the yellow-spotted tropical night lizard, but it's not recommended as a pet species because little is known about how to take care of these secretive creatures.


A frilled lizard escapes from host Donald Schultz's grasp and charges the cameraman!