Friday, February 18, 2011

Forked-tail Lizard

Today I took this unusual photo of a Side-blotched Lizard with a forked-tail.  I didn’t know such a thing was possible, but on further research I found out how it happens. A lizard that loses its tail has the ability to grow back another tail, and it has been documented that it can result in growing two tails or in other words a forked-tail. I learn something new every day!

5 comments:

  1. wow, that is a rare sight in the wild I imagine!

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  2. Rare it may be but I've just found a forked tail blue tongue or pink tongue in my pool pump and filter box, a spot they all seem to love for the warmth it provides when the pump is running. A search for fork tailed lizard led me to The Rambler's post which confirmed my suspicions, so thanks!

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